Front Valence Repair:
The inside of the radiator cavity was in good shape, but the bottom of the valence had seen it's share of impacts over the life of the car.
There had been some work previously done to make it look OK, but close inspection revealed that it was really a mess. Once we got into it, you could see that the metal had been pulled back out with a slide hammer ("the bane of artists in sheet metal"), and a lot of body filler had been used to repair the damage.
Wade fabricated a bottom panel, and reworked the existing metal to rebuild the "chin", like a surgeon resculpting the chin of a 42 year old Kardashian.
I think the results are spectacular.
While we were up front, we did a bunch of minor work to the radiator, reseal, clean, paint, and tie off the wiring.
We also added a hardline from the front to the rear of the car, that will provide an automatic air bleed to prevent air from being trapped in the radiator.