Here is the bottom of the frame finished and located properly.
Here is where it starts to look good now 🙂
The lower part of the frame is attached and solid now. the rest of it is just adding the roll cage and reinforcing the frame. the rear is only attached in one point so far and there is no way it can take the power. The lower bar that is not attached will be connected in there somewhere as well as the rear roll bar hoop will attach to it. I hope to get at least 8 points attaching the rear frame to the main frame rails. I figure the rear transmission mount and the frame behind the suspension might have to be moved around a bit to make room for the trunk but I will not know for sure what to do with it until later on in the building. It would be a lot better if that rear bar wasn’t there but it might actually fit under the trunk as it is and I won’t have to move it or do anything to it. If it is sticking out the back to far it will be a bit of trouble moving the trans mount and getting that rear section strong enough to be able to cut that rear bar off. If you look at the picture where it shows the back of the engine you might be able to see what I am talking about. I figure if that bar is sticking out the back to far I will have to put side mounts on the trans to keep it from going back as far as what it does now.
The front is more or less good the way it is. there are 4 points mounting it to the frame and it will have some extra bracing in there as well once the rest of the body starts getting put on it. The upper frame rails will attach in the bend in that main tube, I know it looks strange now but it will make sense when you see it all welded together.