I had a spare hour with the kids in bed and my sweet wife on a girls trip to see friends in Houston, so I took the opportunity to get out in the garage and take care of the rusty bolts preventing my convertible back end from laying in the correct spot.
Not much to do except cut the bolt head off with the washer and grind down the stump that was left.
I think the next project is to replace the drivers side torque box and front section of the rear frame rail. Once I start doing this I can really see if the rear frame rail hump section has miraculously survived or if my screwdriver method isn't as good as I thought.
|The passenger side front bolt. The back end was about 3" too far back.|
|Back end was pretty easy to slide forward by myself. It's not precisely in place, but that will do for now.|