You need to find somebody that does body work for a living and is willing to give it a shot on the side. Thats definately a porta-puller repair there. A friend of mine is good enough that he was able to pull my hood out after I went head on into the power pole with my 4Runner. Classic damage as to what you would see in the cartoons....cept this was real. Perfect u-shape starting at the edge of the hood. Only problem with the cab is that all the geometry must be dead on or its going to leak. Judging from the pics you nailed the top of the cab hard enough to through all the structural bracing out of kilter. Another option is doing the top of the cab only. Cut off yours at the bottom of the pillars, have a good upper half welded on.
Sorry about your accident Monica. Wish you the best of luck in getting her looking good and functioning proper again.
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