I started cutting the tubing to build the engine mounts. this is a lot of trimming, trial fit, trimming some more, trial fit more, etc... I have 2 tubes basically set, but I'll need to tack them in place to make sure they fit right. it's hard to put any pressure on them without making them fall out of place. Example- in the last pic there is a gap seen on the tube touching the frame rail, but that piece will fit more flush (the other tube moved)
wheel well widened, patch piece added to the frame (not ground down yet) and currently the inner wheel well is in, but needs final welding. I ran out of weld gas today so I'll need to get the tank refilled next Friday after work.
This weekend I was able to resume on the car. I was able to finish up welding the driver side inner wheel well and I started the passenger side. I ran out of welding gas today so I was not able to finish welding it. I'll have to do that next weekend. I used the remainder of the day today to start cutting the tubes to make my engine mounts. I had to shim the body dolly and then shim the engine to get it centered and level, but the lesson I learned today was that I should have located the car in the garage farther so I could shut my garage door without disturbing it. I didn't- so I will have to do all that again next weekend.
The last pic I took shows a gap from the tubing to the dr side frame rail. When I position the tube correctly, that gap goes away. It was the only pic I had in this view...