I made up the rear closing panel which fits behind the rear of the door frame using the same jig I used for the door frame. The gap between the closing panel and the door frame will reduce by 3mm from 8mm to 5mm when the door skin and rear wheel arch panel are folded around the frames. The panel will be welded in when I have all the panels/air inlet in position.
I made up the outer part of the spoiler out of 1mm steel. I want to avoid welding on the outer section so I flanged both sides and then using the shrinker/spoon to form the curve. I still need to make the inner part but first I will need to position/lock the hatch into position. The spoiler can then be positioned and welded onto the hatch section.
Well the next job was to flange the hatch to match the roof flange in one plane. The hatch had to be shaped (cut) in the opposite direction from the original panel to make it match up. A T seal will be fitted between the two panels and one side will be bonded to the roof and the other will overlap onto the hatch. Now I just need to match up the roof and the hatch in the other plane which you can see from the last picture requires a bit of design/tin work to make a small rear spoiler.