I started a Introduction thread back in November, found here --> http://www.norotors.com/index.php?topic=18087.0. You can also follow it on the FB page, found here --->Foxy Roxy Facebook But now that I have started working on it more I have time to update this! So about 3 weeks ago I brought the FC into school for my next project. Sectioning, mud work, and painting builders just wasn't fun anymore. I still like doing them, but I needed a new adventure. Something that will make me think more. The first week I had it jacked up and on stands ready to go under the blade. Just prior I removed the fuel tank and the rest of the interior. The first couple days I planned with my Instructor and how we will go about this. It started with just chopping the floor out and then it escalated. That is my buddy, Timothy pronounce it like this Substitute Teacher: Key & Peele We cut the trunk out... And then the floor... Then mocked up some wheels to see what we are wanting in the future. I believe these are 30" tall 10" wide. We will be tubbing it so it can hold a 12" comfortably. I then ordered a JEGSTER Chassis kit and 4 Link kit. We were going to bend everything ourselves but we decided in the amount of time I have the jegs kit would work the best. I like phat back sides. I was looking online for some quarter panels and the only ones that came up were $300 for 2/3 of what I need or $400 for what I need BUT I would have to modify them to fit the appearance I am going for. SO! I went and bought some steel rod, 5/16 hot rolled which I think was a little oversized but at least it will be strong, and started forming it. Almost finished one skeleton in a couple hours but ran out of material The highest point is 35mm from the original quarter panel. I will be picking some more up in the morning and hopefully by lunch I will it all finished and some sheet metal hanging!