My counterpoint is the good times you have wrenching on your truck, the knowledge and skills gained, the research you do for cool projects and mods, and the friends you make along the way are more valuable than a polished turnkey car. For 200K you could have a MclarenAt a certain point, labor is worth more than material.
I'm sticking with kind words because... they could expand their current offerings. They mentioned that they do restorations, just not as many 'original' drivetrains. Why criticize what is happening in a world totally opposite of me?
Could I buy a dipped J40 chassis and title? How about a new cab for my existing equipment? I'd love to learn more about their upholstery process.
I'll assume that their crew of talented craftsmen and visionaries are reading this thread.