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Frame Board (large piece of plywood with a smaller square of plywood attached just off one of the corners with screws) – Made with extra material in shop. This latter mounting corresponds to the C-post pillar that is attached to the wheelarch itself near the top of the arch.The A and B-posts themselves are reinforced with solid, half round metal brackets bolted to the top of the chassis outrigger brackets and screwed to the inner faces of the A-posts.
A curvature is also apparent in the vertical plane most noticably on the B-post where the doors curve inwards at their bottom edges and again at the top to the top rails of the body. However, it is likely that only a part of the arch may need repair and this can be done using three millimetre bending plywood (or one eigth of an inch), fitted together in layers using a modern epoxy two-pack adhesive. Making the whole arch is as easy as making a section since the metal edge of the body can be used to provide the curve needed to construct a pattern in plywood.
The wheelarch shape should be marked on a sheet of plywood and two pieces cut to this shape.


On the inner rim of the connecting block, on one of the plywood sheets, an aperture of about one inch square (or larger, depending on the clamps being used) should be cut to allow the top end of the clamp to grip the block.
The clamps will hold the bending plywood in place against the shape of the wheelarch whilst the adhesive is curing. This allows the clamping force to cover the whole length of the arch for a solid unit.The bending plywood sheet needs to be cut into three inch wide lengths from a sheet of about eight feet by four feet, each piece being eight feet long.
The front joint, where the wheelarch meets the rear of the sill is usually a butt joint with screws and metal brackets to secure the joint.
The side panels are of metal with folded edges that bolt or screw to the top of the main sills and then screw to the scuttle side frames for added support and strength. The bottom of the tool boxes is a sloping panel, the angle being shown by the line of screws on the side panel - this allows the front passengers' feet to reach the toe board.


This arrangement on the hinges will not, of course, hold the doors that open if the vehicles is in motion since the speed of opening would pull the hinge flap out of its screw fastenings.
Ensure that the doors are positively closed when driving!The boot lid is also held in the open position by long leather straps fastened to the boot lid edges and the top frame of the boot aperture.
The bottom of the tool boxes is a sloping panel, the angle being shown by the line of screws on the side panel - this allows the front passengers' feet to reach the toe board.



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