Did you check out our introduction to the Porsche 911ST project we were working on? Check out this follow-up video update.
Adam takes us through levelling the sled bench, panel installation and fittings for the doors and windows.
The most exciting update for this project is the new car bench. By adding some adjustable legs to the car bench, it allows us to make it level and help with using the zero plane on the car.
You may remember that the 911ST came to us with very little metal left on it. When replacing parts on a car, don’t take too much metal off at one time. In the meantime we’ve taken care of the front end and the door placement. Adam put all of the panels on the front of the car, but is still working on making the left side level.
We’re going to be redoing a lot of the bracing. Once we have door towers on, we can get to mounting the doors, then taking care of the rockers and other essential parts of the front end.
To level the bench, we used an old school machining level.
Adam uses a bunch of jacks and jigs to prop up the car and mark the zero for the car.
Find out how Adam found the zero plane for the car, and see the rest of the Porsche 911ST update!