Above is a shot after I got it home from Fargo N.D. and was in the process of taking it apart. The fenders were gone when I got it. You know, a "SawZall" is great for taking apart a car, I only used about $20 worth of blades.
Here is a photo of the VIP after I removed the front fenders and hood. That frame and radiator support are going into the convertible this winter. Interesting the number "958" on the end of the frame. I bet you don't see that very often on a 32 year old car. I think it was the number of the position on the assembly line that the frame went into to mate up with the car, if I am wrong on that, I would like to know what it was for. I saw a number on the rear end too and I think that was for the same use.