I did meet with Doug and we talked about the repairs needed. I actually (almost) had him talked into helping me with it. But retirement is really more important and I’m sure he is enjoying it. Our plan was to make a jig using the other Tiger and then putting the damaged Tiger on it. Then building the damaged one to fit the jig. If you know the car, it is a good candidate for the repair because the balance of the car is rust free. When I first saw the pictures I thought that everything looked so clean, I couldn’t pass it up. I have the skills to make a rail(time is the issue), however at age 57 it would be easier to stub in a correct rail. I am open to someone else doing this repair, perhaps someone who has more Tiger experience than I. I am located in the Madison, WI area.