While carrying out the rust repairs on our new '67 Mustang project, Roland discovered that one of the rear chassis rails had been buckled in a prang. Some of the sheet metal around the rail had been repaired, but not the rail itself. So not wanting to deliver our customer a car that drives like a crab, Roland replaced the damaged rail with a new one. As you can imagine, it was quite a big job to unpick all the factory spot welds to remove the old rail and then weld the new rail in place. Probably why the last owner didn't do it!