To start with, he is a brilliant engineer and has been very methodical in the process of repairing the chassis. He built the most amazing jig prior to removing the rear chassis etc. The chassis and cross members are all new from the t shirt back. Having seen the jig arrangement and the way he measured everything prior to starting the removal of the original rusty sections, I cannot believe that he has misaligned anything.
The floor to chassis mounting points have only needed a couple of spacers as have to rearmost mountings.
However the cross member that goes under the spare wheel well is at least a couple of inches away from the replaced boot floor. We are wondering how good the shape of the replacement floor is.
Also the mounting point in the first photo there is at least a couple of inches gap between the body and chassis.
I would be interested in any comments from anyone who has an unrestored car or from anyone who may have experienced similar problems during a rebuild.
PS the title is not a figment but fitment!
Edited by modelbuilder, 15 May 2018 - 12:36 PM.