Well, I didn't get much time in the shop this weekend. I had to go to a friend's son's birthday party on Sat. and today I went to a local car show that my dad had his car in. But I got into the shop for a little bit after the show. I got the eyebrow piece fit and clecoed on. I'll show you guys how I fit a panel using clecos. Once you do this, you'll never use those butt weld clamps again. After the piece is fit and clecoed over the stock panel, I put down some Dykem, and scribe a cut line. Then, I'll cut on the cut line, but leaving small tabs where the clecos are. Then I use these pliers to offset the tabs so that when you cleco your panel back on it is at the proper level for tack welding. Here is a not very good photo of the tabs after they have been offset. Cleco your panel on and get it tacked between the tabs. Once it's tacked, you simply break off the tabs with a pair of pliers. Here is the tacked panel with tabs removed, and a nice tight gap, you can't get with butt weld clamps. It was getting dark by then, so here is a dark photo of where I left off, with it tacked. Hopefully tomorrow, I can get into the shop, get it welded and metal finished. Hope the panel fitment helps someone.