All 4 fenders and both of the very hard to find rear doors are included. The right front or passenger's door is also included but the left front or driver's door is missing.I believe the top of the door is removable in 1935 to install the window glass while the inner panel is removable in 1936 to access the regulator and glass. The only rusted out spots I can find on this entire body shell is in the right rear bottom corner. There is some rusted out sheet metal in the bottom rear inner panel on the right front or passenger's door.
The windshield frame is included but it has a few tiny rust holes in the bottom of the windshield frame. The pair of very hard to find rear doors have plenty of vandal damage but I can find no rusted or or even thin spots on either of them anywhere.
The pair of sheet metal inner panels that cover both lower sides of the cargo area are shown in the last 2 photos. Each of these panels have 1 or 2 small rust holes locatedin at the front or rear areas that cover the rear fender wells. The photos that show this minor rust damage have ink pens poking through the mentioned rust holes. I can find no rusted out spots in the bottoms of either rear side panels (except for the bottom rear corner of the right panel), either door sill or either cowl panel. It appears that the bottom structure or body sills and the lower sheet metal on this body is in better than the upper side sheet metal and roof sheet metal is (because of the problem near the middle of the roof on the right side).
If you have access to another body like this that is badly rusted out at the bottom as most of them are yet has nice upper sheet metal, you might be able to make one very good body from the pair and sell the lesser parts that are left over. This body looks rough due to the many dents and bullet holes in it but it is a lot more solid than most of the few unrestored bodies like this that still exist and have not been restored yet. Please remember that the entire state of Montana is one of the drier parts of the entire USA. Much of Montana receives only 12 to 13 inches of moisture per year, including both rain and snow. This body belongs to a friend and is located in Billings Montana.
If you live outside of the USA, there is a very good chance that I can arrange to have it delivered to the port of Los Angels in California. They include 8 detailed photos of the pair of rear doors. The last photo of this listing shows a scan of a postcard that shows a truck like this that was restored using the deluxe options. One of those deluxe options included the fancy chrome plated grille assembly.I have included this photo to give you some idea how nice a restored or street rodded truck like this can be. The item "1936 Ford Panel Delivery Body Pickup Truck 1935 Coupe Roadster Cabriolet Sedan" is in sale since Sunday, April 02, 2017. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Vintage Car & Truck Parts\Exterior\Other". The seller is "toysanyone" and is located in Bozeman, Montana. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.