Hello, I am not a professional auto body man, and I found a 67 convertible and the person selling the car removed the rear rails and rear axle and installed a new floor pan and trunk pan. The car is In process of a restoration and the seller sounds a bit frustrated with the lack of progress as he has endured labor expenses to some welders who came on site to his construction garage to do work on the Firebird. He is an asphalt guy and I do not know if proper protocols were followed for floor pan installation. Especially being it is a convertible. I have heard even with all the new parts that taking over project is a potential nightmare if things are out of wack on a first generation. Does anyone have any advice on how to inspect this car? A way to vet this vehicle a? The back of the car sits on a wooden hoarse as of now and it has many new parts, a 326 engine runs nice, 4 speed car, all matching original wheels, and fair price if no surprises. Guy seems honest, despite that I am concerned about the work that has been done thus far.