That would be awesome! Thank you!I'll post a DWG/DXF for the side plates and a print for the frame one I know it works. I'm going to try and transfer over all the positions of the body mounts once I get the tub on the rails ( to the CAD info ).
It would be specific to the MB/GPW bodies, but I think I can integrate some slots/tabs into the side plates for the body mounts. That would let someone build a fairly accurate frame from the start without having to have an old one to start with. Hopefully that will help people make lots of 'new' flat fenders using aftermarket bodies!
Hopefully the highline turns out. The front is getting a slight 1.5" stretch 'from' the raised fenders. As the fender slides up the angled portion of the tub it moves forward. Its going up about 2.75" till the bottom of the fender 'lip' is even with one of the angle changes in the grill around the headlight. Basically only the front mounting edge of the fender needs any real modifications. I still haven't decided what to do about the hood. I just don't know if its worth stretching it an inch. I have about 1/2" overhang in front I can eliminate, so that leaves an inch gap at the back....heck, it might help cooling!wow sure would be awesome to get the CAD for your frame; that would help me out immensly! btw the high-line hood idea is awesome! Cant wait to see how this turns out!! Youve got my attention. BTW did you widen the distance between your frame rails? what axles are you going to be using and what size tires? Your sticking with the buick V6 -alot of old and new technolgy this is gonna be great