There are usually all sorts of horrors lying underneath the wings of a Ford Capri and mine was no exception. The front sill sections required extensive repairs which Dennis did the old fashioned way crafting them individually. You can actually buy repair sections for the sills and on reflection this may have been a wiser approach. But they got fixed and are solid metal again.
The wing rails were basically non-existent and Dennis had to create these from scratch using the new wings as a template. Again repair rails are available but even these will require a lot of re-working to get them to fit to the wings correctly.
The A-posts are welded to the back of the wings in the factory which is very difficult to access later. So normally the water gathers in the join and eats the metal away. A section on each side had to be cut out and replaced with an L-shaped length of new metal.
At the front of the inner wings new metal was required to join all the gaps between slam panel, wing tops and headlamp bowls. I think it was at this point I got really worried and stayed away for a few days!
Front wheel arches rot so make sure inner protective guards are in place