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I just bought my 66 convertible home and am excited to get going on the rocker panel/floor section. I can't do it my garage because in it's present state, the slab is cracked and about 1" lower on one side than the other. So, it looks like I'm going to have to do it in the driveway(good thing I have plenty of tarps and a car cover). On the good side, I drove the thing up my street, and it has some power to it and runs like a champ. I've got to get going on it so I can finish it up and get to driving. Wish me luck.
 

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You go Bob! ::
 

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Dont feel to bad about having to do the car in the driveway, the barn at our B&B we just purchased has a dirt floor which I have to have a cement floor poured before I can get the cars out of storage & get back working on the 65 Fastback. :p
 

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You may be able to compensate with plywood under the jackstands. Use a line level ( cheap level attached to a stretch resistant string).
Level the stands left to right, front to back and across from each corner.
It might even be closer than how they put those Unibodys together in the old days. ::
 
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