I'm thinking you don't stick nothing on that car till you paint it. People aren't gonna get past the need for attention to detail, regardless of the quality of service you provide. Right now, your " billboard" needs jazzing up.
Today is a big step forward, I set the car on the ground! The first two pictures are of the car at first touchdown, the last picture is after I adjusted the tow. I noticed that after it was on the ground the bumpsteer is way off still the arm appears to need an upward adjustment. I did space the K-member 3/8" so not sure if that affects geometry that much. After the Tow adjustment the car was easy to push so its close-ish.
I still have to mount an air temp sensor in the bumper for ambient air temperature, I also want to monitor line pressure for tuning purposes [microsquirt on the transmission] so I need to add another 300psi transducer on the transmission. The car needs a bath but I have been making slow but steady progress. I did get the scott rod panels in but I have yet to install them I think I will wait until after the car has its test drives and initial tune and the paintjob.
If you are wondering
265/35 R18 front and 285/35 R18 rear
they tuck up into the fenders nicely, fox length axles and 96 spindles
have not checked for tire rub yet.