I bought a 911(996) last year. I had serious back problems and couldn’t get under it when buying it so I took a chance. It was waxoiled so that should have been a red flag. It’s mot time and it needs brake pipes which requires at least the gearbox out. I thought I’d clean the waxoil off and get a proper look and sort anything that needs doing. One thing leads to another and I’ve half the car stripped, bumpers, wings, bonnet and skirts. As most of you know, skirts are a curse for rusty sills. I’ve cut the bottom half from one side and I plan to make it. When this was removed I could see the state of the inner sill. Both ends are rotten in the arches and I’ll sort that too. I’ve never done this before but I’m handy with a mig(mostly heavier stuff). I have some templates made so ready to cut out so im ready to start welding. I won’t be using new genuine parts as the outer sills are in 2 parts, the rear part being the quarter panel. I’m open to any and all tips.