Unfortunatley, pics showing the body are still way off, since I'm still working on the chassis, engine etc. I did encounter some unforseen problems with the A.M. stainless Mustang II spindles, which I polished, then, however, found out, that Wilwood had supplied a Super BSL6 kit that is too strong for this spindle... luckily tec support at Art Morrison Ent. is outstanding and we managed to solve some of the problems. Stuff like that sets you back to square one and it can be quite frustrating at times. next thing I found out was that the Wilwood rotors supplied with the kit wasted 1/7th of the brake pads?? A.M. again got this sorted out and now I have the correct rotor size. This, however, was not the end of it, finally I found out that this particular hub has a different bolt pattern than my rim, again, not what I had ordered from Wilwood. A.M. rang up Wilwood and queried the different bolt pattern The answer was, it's OK to drill a separate pattern into the hub since it's strong enough. A.M. asked, would Wilwood do it? Of course, the answer was, NO.
There's the UPs as well, like the motor Matt Grillo from Lizzard Racing put together for me - super guy, super job.