I am working on assembling the rear end body panels of a 1969 Charger and I need advise on how to proceed. Here is a list of the metal I am working with: donor metal or original metal: inner rockers (welded in) rear frame rails (welded in) front floor pan (welded in) rear seat pan (welded in) both foot well pans (welded in) roof skin wheel tubs (welded in) trunk gutters trunk lid tail panel NEW METAL: outer rockers (welded in) trunk pan (welded in) trunk pan extensions rear cross member (welded in) full quarter panels deck filler panel rear valance rear valance corners I have attached all the body panels with screws or clamps. I have the doors, fenders, trunk lid, and roof on and everything is in the ball park as far as gaps. The only thing I would like to get better is the deck lid gaps. The drivers side gap is close, but the pass side is touching. The gap from deck lid to filler panel is a bit much. I know I have a lot going on here but would really like some advice on how to get the panels aligned before welding them in. Has anyone done this?