Been trying to continue tackling the lower panel install. It has been quite the challenge mating new metal to rusty old pitted, and in many spots very thin metal. And at the same time as all that, also dealing with many bumps and bruises this body has received over its lifetime. As I have said, I am no body guy, but I've been paying attention. Matt @IronTrap has put many trick and tips in his videos and they have helped. I have been having some good luck letting some of my welds in certain areas shrinking the original dented metal back into a reasonable shape. Other areas using a body hammer and dolly to stretch the weld and surrounding metal back out. So I went out over the course a several hours today and worked at it some more. I'm getting there. This won't be a completely metal finished car with an invisible repair. Yes, the bullet holes are staying, I did weld the crack above them after drilling holes on each end. I will grind the weld down, whether I leave the visible repair line or smooth it over remains to be seen. To take care of the massive pitting over the entire body is going to be alot of work. I may take care of most of it. For the sake of accuracy, if this repair was done way back when, I get the feeling in true low buck fashion, it would be a ground weld left with minor dents and called good enough and painted over...........What do you all think?