LOL, I've had few of those 'flintstone' plow trucks,, always a chevy or GMC.
The problem isn't the lack of floorboards, it the fact that the truck sits all summer and mice make a nice nest in the heater box, next to the heater core.
Then when you fire it up for the winter, all seems OK...
But when you plow for the first time and run the heat and defroster... OH, did i mention that mice pee in their own nests?? You get the ' Urine-Sauna' effect in the cab of the truck.. so you end up removing the wood floor boards and opening the windows so you don't choke on the 'steamy urine' smell !!
Now, I just climb into a set of Carhart insulated overalls, and climb on a tractor, or the big loader if the snow drifts are too deep..
One year, I think it was 2002, we had a serious blizzard here.. I got home from the airport and couldn't get in my driveway with the 4x4 truck.. I parked it in the impassable road, went into the barn, plugged in the block heater on the Dozer. Went into the house and changed out of my uniform into my 'farm uniform'.. climbed into the Carharts and pac-boots.. went out and pushed snow with the dozer for a few hours..
a dozer doesn't clean the area real well, there is a lot of spillage, but it sure busts through snow drifts !! I had the snow come over the blade, the hood and over my lap.. I had to stop pushing and back up 'cause I couldn't see where I was going !! It was a lot of fun.
Eventually one of my neighbors showed up with a 4x4 truck w/plow and followed me around, doing the 'cleanup' work. We cleared about a half mile of road and driveway entrances..
BTW: is it April yet??