Here's the dash.
I'm fairly certain the cab is a 47-53. I have a 53 wiring harness for it- the wiring is a mess! it was converted to 12 volts at some point early in it's life- but all the wires are crusty and in very poor shape. I'm guessing the 53 harness was right because of the 53 cab- brake components, suspension components, and drive train items will need to be circa 54- unless I find another mix of years as I dive into it.
I've grown fond of the oddball myself- Plenty to do getting it roadworthy as is before we begin to lay out plans for any changes. I think the flat bed has to go though- it's got 1/4" steel plates welded onto it and it is pretty rough- the perimeter of the bed has been smacked around and welded all over the place, so I don't think there's any saving it- I have a few ideas rolling around - but I want it on the road by the end of the weekend if at all possible, get it back to being a driver first. I'm sure you guys will see me on here quite a bit as I crawl forward on this latest endeavor- I know that I can count on you guys for support and advice- it's want makes the Stovebolt what it is!