Once the Mustang body was removed from its old unibody, it was placed on Art Morrison's Max-G frame, and Henry's relied on Ron Pepper to handle the daunting task of fabricating and welding all of the sheet metal. This included the floors, trunk, firewall, wheel wells and the inner and outer fender panels as well as the engine mounts, transmission cross member, roll bar and radiator support. During this entire process Ron's experience and forethought allowed him to methodically construct each panel while realizing which steps to follow that would ensure everything was correct, and eliminate the frustration of replication.