Working out from the center of the floor, Carmody placed sheetmetal screws in the holes where the welds will eventually go. Villarroel stood near the transmission tunnel while Carmody began to screw the floor to the chassis, working from the center out. His body weight helped spread the floor out so it would better reach all the way across the car. The guys at Recon put nearly the entire body together with 1/4-inch sheetmetal screws before welding it up. Though this sounds like a lot of extra work, it is actually the smartest way to reassemble a car that was taken as far apart as this. Panel gaps, clearances, and alignments can change as more parts are added. If so, it is much easier to loosen a few screws to realign a door or a quarter-panel.