Once in the shop, a deep cleaning, a lot of cleaning really, and getting the car in running order. It takes time to build a car, and this one is no exception.
The new radiator fits well, right into the original shell. The headers have been finished as well. At the rear of the chassis, the gas lines have been submerged into the frame wall to prevent the wheels and rear suspension from touching. The rear compartment for the battery and compressor has custom doors, water jetted for perfect fit. The filler hose for the gas tank has been enclosed so that it can be vented to the outside.
The headers have been tacked into place. They have been custom built, using bent tubing and flanges. The rear bumper is in place, and you can see a row of tack welds across the back that help keep the sheet metal solid. The gas tank is in, and vented to the outside, a housing for the filler tube is still needed. The rear seat is coming together too. The front seat will have to be heavily modified to fit over the transmission tunnel. Check out the light bar too, a very unique mounting system. A prototype air cleaner / scoop is underway as well.
The body has been removed once again on the Dodge for addition frame modifications. The battery box and the compartment for the air suspension compressor is coming together in the back of the sedan, The new wheels are pretty hot too. The back of the chassis which holds the under-slung suspension is shown below. At this point it is all just loosely tacked together to make adjustment more convenient.