With the back half of the car looking good, the guys began fitting the front subframe. The only parts salvaged from our car were the shock towers (in red primer). Everything else was new. Note that the subframe is supported by four jackstands, a friction jack across the top of the shock towers, and a piece of angle iron temporarily tack-welded in place near the firewall. It is absolutely crucial that these dimensions be correct-the motor mounts and suspension parts all bolt to the shock towers. If the towers are out of whack, the driveline angles and suspension geometry will be a big mess. Villarroel double-checked everything by measuring across the shock towers and from the firewall to the core support, top and bottom.