During the rebuild of our '86 City I was hoping to be able to save both inner wings and just use repair panels where needed, however the RH inner has through-rot along the top near the bonnet hinge as well as the usual areas around the flitch, air vent and the top shocker mount, therefore I'm currently considering replacing the complete panel.
It's not a job I've done before so obviously nervous that I can get the panel alignment spot on and not finish with everything very crooked! I've left the front subframe in place because I was planning to use this to align the new front panel and outer wings, but is the subframe better removed to do the inner wing? I'll be removing the subframe eventually anyway, I'd just been keeping it in place to align the front panel. Also will the bonnet need to be on to get the alignment of the inner wing correct? There also appears to be an additional panel sandwiched between the bulkhead and the inner wing, other than the usual hole behind the top shock mount this seems "okay".
Any pointers before I remove the old inner wing, order to work in etc? Too many questions!!!