Having limited body panel replacement experience, it seem like a good idea to start with the floor panels. This also would help to hold the body in alignment during the repair process as the rockers where not in the best of shape. At the time work was started, the only floor panels available were small sections as opposed to a complete floor half that you can get now. Each section was removed and replaced along with the support brace in that area. Careful measurements had to be taken to keep everything in alignment. Most of the parts needed for the Nomad can be modified from Sedan parts. Sometimes you will need to manufacture the part yourself, as in the case of the floor brace pictured. If you think about each part and break it down to simple to make sub-parts, you can make anything. Just cut out the part, shape it and weld them together. The right front fender was repaired using the lower portion from a donor as well as a new patch panel for over the head light. Only the door frames were sand blasted. A temporary work area was sealed off in the garage with plastic sheeting, I'll never do that again, I'm still finding sand in odd places years after the work was done.