It seems like the harder I work to get further on a project, the more behind I get on others. Have been working alot on the mustang to get it finished, but am getting less done on the 38. So I thought I would post some of the mustang pictures to try and get motivated. I have extended the lower portion of the car 3" all the way around. Just accentuating the factory body lines. Was done using 18 gauge steel. It required the redesigning of the lower front fenders and the way they mount, building a rear lower valance, and front lower valance. I modified all the door gaps and trunk gaps to be 3/16". I had to completely cut out the rear body panel and reposition it correctly, the prior owner had all new panels installed, but was done very poorly. I redesigned the scoops in the quarter panels to better fit the shape of the quarters.
Got the arms fit. Modified them so the bags fit. Now with the narrowed track width, there are a couple of more problems. The shock no longer fits in the stock location because of the bag. The fix for that was to mount the shock behind the arms and to a bracket on the frame. Problem is now the caliper needs that space to turn. Also could use a little more room in front of the arms also for the tire to clear during turns.Decided to re shape the area just in front of the arms, this should give me the room for a shock,and the turning clearance also.