Related Photo Galleries
Using a chassis jig ensures that the body is completely level and straight before welding up the body panels. When new quarters and tail panels were installed on this Camaro, Cameron noticed that the left rear framerail was 3/4 inch lower than the right side. This allowed straightening the frame before attaching the rest of the body panels, and attempting to line them up in vain. According to Cameron, if a panel is just 1/8-inch off in the front of the car, it can be as much as 5 inches off by the time you get to the back of the car.