I removed the bolts from the radiator mount and held the radiator back using some bungee cords to give as much clearance at the front as possible.
Everything was ready and so it was just a case of rolling the shell outside, spinning it around the correct way, and then lowering it onto the chassis. I obviously supervised, while the 4 others lifted and guided the shell in place. My son was the first to sit in to try out the passenger's sitting position.
It has certainly cleared a bit of room in the garage, basically going from 2 cars down to 1. I do now have a spare bodyshell trolley........
Once the body was lowered, I fitted the windscreen.
I then passed the ECU connector and loom in through the from bulkhead into the back of the dashboard. It was a bit tight getting it through, however I think the finished product is very neat in the engine bay.
I then fitted the air filter prior to re-bolting the radiator mount in place. I actually dropped the radiator from its lower mount to get the filter in. The filter is held in place with the rubber hose and stainless jubilee clips whilst being pushed up against the body by the radiator.
An excellent milestone!