I built one of these as a teen with no fitment problems. Was actually impressed with how well it went together. Sometimes you just have to pry gently to get things to pop past parts and fit into place. I bought a glue bomb recently that someone had fitment issues with though but I haven't explored it any. If I recall correctly, once I glued the firewall in place, and had the interior assembled on the chassis, I had to just gently pry the body outwards to get everything to pop into place. I know there are tabs also on the rear of the chassis that have to line up in the body. Then once the front of the chassis fits into place you add the front filler panel behind the bumper. Then it just basically falls into place.
Well, the mobile app was working for me until I tried to refresh it... it wasn't showing I had pics in a folder (but they were there) so it was a minor annoyance, until I refreshed the app... then it failed. And kept failing. So then I tried to get to the website... and that doesn't even try. annoying.
As much as I like sitting in the new mustangs (probably the most comfortable Mustang I've ever sat in) I still prefer my ragged old foxbody mustangs. I've had a few of them come and go but right now I have a '94 Mustang GT, and an '88 Mustang LX hatchback... slowly becoming a street/strip car. And of course my weak little 2.3 automatic leaf spring '77 Mustang II.. which was was my first car. The fox platform wasnt much for comfort and quality but they sure are fun. That, and you can pretty much swap any suspension/drivetrain and most interior parts from an '04 Mustang to a '79 Mustang. They're like legos!
I don't know what those are but anything covered in powdered sugar has to be good... Might have to stop at Jungle Jim's to see if I can find them... That place carries literally everything from every corner of the world
They're surprisingly not bad. They don't get as dark as a high end helmet, but I don't do any super bright TIG work. Just MIG for now on all of my junk, which is plenty good. My welder is a Hobart so I do at least have a good welder and not a harbor freight unit. Welded up the entire underside of my mustang on homemade rotisserie stands that I also had to do some welding on. It's a cheap way to be, but it works well.. until some big shop knocks down my door to hire me lol! I've put many miles of wire thru my welder putting Mustangs back together for me and my friends. Same helmet too.
I have lots of their stuff. I don't use it every day so it lasts for me. Welding helmet, welding clamps, butt-welding clamps, I love their sheepskin mig welding gloves... grinding discs don't last as long as most better brands but theyre cheap enough to justify it. I have a variable speed buffer that I use seldomly as well. If I were doing this stuff every day I'd buy good stuff. Several people I know have their tool boxes and they are actually of good quality I bought 2 sets of their 6 ton stands... the ones that are like 13 inches all the way down, and I had a car on them for almost 3 years with no issues.