I made up an adjuster/lock for the door plate so I can position the door better and lock the door plate in position (adjustment is made from inside the foot well). The rest of the time has been welding up the rear frame and hatch. I had some old white paint so gave the buck a paint before winter starts.
Before I can start the air scoops/wire frame for the rear I needed to make up the sheet metal work for the hatch and the lower panel for the bracket. The retaining pins on the roll bar are angle at 6 degrees from the horizontal so the steel metal work had to match the angle so the hatch can be removed.
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.