In five days time we have taken the truck from the deteriorated condition that it was in, down to the bare chassis. We took over 300 pictures and a lot of measurements to use for the restoration. We also have the other Walker to use as a guide if needed. As of December 21, 2007 we have the rear axle assembly and the generator assembly at Motor Technology to be rebuilt as needed. The rebuilding of these units was my biggest concern in the process of restoring the truck. That is underway and the gas engine assembly is on the way to another rebuilding shop. The chassis is sand-blasted, the steel for the new body is in our stock, we have the new tires, the dash instruments are ready to be sent to the repair shop, brake parts are being ordered and all other items are scheduled to be replaced, repaired and installed as needed. The body should be completed by April 1st, the engine, generator assembly and rear axle motor assembly to be installed by May 1st. Everything is to be wired and operational by July 1st. The truck will then be sent to the Paint & Body Shop for the final touch to make it look like the Walker Dynamotive 500 that it was when it was built in 1938 as vehicle #7.