|With the drivers' side more-or-less completed, the passengers' side was set upon without (so much) hesitation. You know how deep you can let the grinder go when you've done it before in the not too distant past and you also know kinda what to expect..... Or do you?|
|The rust affect areas were cut out and once again the first new pieces of steel were cut from 1.5mm plate used for the inner sill. Notice the square plate required to cover the chassis. The actual floor section was welded directly above this with a further piece. 1.5mm plate was also used for the chassis section. The blue paint is some kind of high temperature weld primer.|
For some reason I always worked from the front-end backwards.
Psychological I suppose what with the back-end being the most difficult
to reconstruct. For any one attempting this on their car, spend a little
time thinking about how low the outer sill bend actually has to go.
Mine are actually a bit high which may cause problems when fitting
the outer sill piece.