I like yours. It's more "approachable" And mechanically sound...
On this one the pitman arm nut was hand tight.. the clutch lever that mounts between the block and frame had almost fallen off. It had a poor mount at the frame, so we cut that out and welded a new, home-made one in place. Wasn't that hard since the old welds were garbage. The clutch geometry is all wrong and has worn the linkage out at the joints.
It leaks power steering fluid with a passion, has a coolant leak, the front tires need to be swapped left to right since both are rotating in the wrong direction... yadda yadda yadda
Keep up the good work on yours! It's much better to have a properly set up car than a shiny one. I think the patina is pretty darn cool.
P.S. floor jacks are good at finding filler in the frame