Well thanks to the wife getting a new camper, and waiting on an inner splash guard for the left side rear ( back ordered ). I did not get to get to work on the car much this month. Turned it around and cleaned the paint off the left fender, and was shocked to find little to no bondo there. The headlight bucket was beyond repair and had to get another one. Now I know new parts don't fit well. But Really !!!! The more I removed and shifted the darn thing it would not sit properly, and the more I looked at the fender, I found multipal bent supports. After straitening out what I could. It fit good enough for me. The fender on the other hand, let's just say that thing almost won. The lower section near the door was about 2 inches away while the top seam was good. This took me several tries and I finally found that the door dropped in the front just enough that the bottom gap gave it away. So I climbed back into the ring and wrestled it so all my lines were good. ( if I were to guess, that fender was removed about 12 times, good thing only two bolts were used to hold it up.) Got the headlight and marker installed. I was working on the hood between matches with the fender, I decided to see what was under the paint. Found the front right with excessive bondo along with dents and cracks all on the front edge. Just for kicks I will try to repair it. There is nothing to loose but time. The thought process is to pull the dents out with a slide hammer, or patch it up and weld the cracks. Basically try what I did with the trunk, also found that the right headlight bucket does not match the hood line ( the top curve is dropping about 1/2 " ) I have a few different directions I could go, so I will think about it for a while as I work on the hood.