I found these 1988 Cadillac Deville tail light and thought they would look really cool in my '54 Bel Air. What do y'all think? How the heck to you paste the picture inside the text without having Photobucket or 1 of those other picture sharing sites? I roughed out the opening and then make pie cuts so that you can fit your lights. I got the pie pieces bent to a rough shape, I tacked the partially closed so that I can use my cutoff wheel and trim the final shape rough opening before I measured and angled the rough framing. Then I used 1/4" brake lines to make the support frames for the tail light housings (I see why you guys like to use them, they are great for making frames). I measured them against the sides of the Caddy tail light and allowed for 1" overlap so that when I flattened them they would be easier to bend to shape. After I got the correct shape I tacked them in place, 1 more dry fit, and the welded them permanently in place. After you get the frames permanently mount then use your cutoff wheel to shape the metal so that the lens butt exactly up against it. Gently press the pie cuts against the frame to permanently weld the cuts so that the sides are now seamless with the framework. grind down the welds and now you're ready for making the filler panels for the final shape. Once I get the frames made up I was able to tack on the plates that completed the housing and shaped the metal until the flowed nicely.