Ahh, you make it look easy! I've never done anything like this, but would like to, if I could find a car that needed it.
I would say go for it best way to learn is buy a basket case car and fix it up. You might not make a profit but it will be something you can be proud of and teach you things that can pay of in the future.
Obviously you have done this kind of work before. Looks great!
I'm a 3rd generation welder been welding since i was about 5 made things out in the shop built trailers for a bit etc. than i built a 71 mustang, 69 skylark custom, 64 dodge dart GT, 60 ranchero , 55 ford truck did all the metal work so now its quite easy still a process and a lot of work but I've got lots of practice i just enjoy the work which makes it fun
BTW love your car looks great
Wow great work! I am definitely following this one. Pretty similar to what I had done, but I didn't have to replace the front frames.
I replaced the front frames because they were starting to rust in front and i just wanted it as solid as it could be so cut out any rusted or thin metal and made it solid.
Thanks for all your comments guys still working on some metal work getting closer to a 100% solid body im not leaving any rust
While i set on the fenders started cutting the mounting holes i loosely bolted on the fenders (just a bolt) and set to hood on to see how it all lined up and to my surprise its really close not bad for basically cutting the whole front off the car
now its time to take care of these floors