This 34 chevy belongs to a friend of mine and I have been helping him with the interior steel structure. because of the lack of wood or condition of it none of the doors would fit the pockets, so We hung the hinges on the doors and a pillars and twisted the body back to shape, so the doors would fit the body. Once we were satisfied we reinstalled the lower door sills, and proceeded to bend some 3/4 inch square tubing to go below the sills and tie the cowl to the back of the car at the wheel tubs. The wheel tubs are 1 1/2 inch deeper to handle larger tires, and keep them under the fenders. At this point we installed some 1/2 inch square tubing at the b pillar to give this area some added strength and to square up the thin metal of the b pillar vertically. At the bottom of the doors we again added 1/2 inch square tubing bent to the shape of the lower outer door sill and installed these to the inner door, along with a straight section for added strength. There will be new wood at the rear window and some in the door area and we will tie these together with steel tubing where needed.