If there's ever any confusion, I didn't have anything to do with this process. The previous owner worked hard.
Well, both wheelhouses were replaced. You've seen the driver's side, now let's see the passenger's side.
Passenger's side wheelhouse, cleaned and primed.
Old wheelhouse on the car.
Old wheelhouse removed. Note the rust. A post was initially used, but later removed for some reason.
End of frame rail where the rear sway bar mounts.
Patch steel fabricated.
Frame rail primed.
Frame rail painted.
Another view of the wheelhouse fitted.
Rear quarter panel fitted.
Rear quarter panel welded up
View of #6650's door. The previous owner liked these doors better given the stiffening rail on the skin for better crash performance.
Door stripped and waiting for a new skin.
Stay tuned for more...