Bought this car as a run around a good number of years ago while another car was off the road, six months dodgy mot later the car was put in the garage to fix some of its wrongs where it has sat ever since. The car is a cat c and with all the panels on its hard to see anything wrong with it but on closer inspection its had a bit of a chop at the front and patched together with another saxo. Outlined in red is donor car. The main problem with the repair is the part of the chassis leg on the near side that was replaced. The end of the chassis leg is a few centimetres higher than it should be and also it is 10mm or so short. The effect of this is the fan opening in the front of the car is trapezium shaped the fans don't fit and just hung forward in the space behind the from bumper and the bottom head light bracket wasn't bolted in. Pictures of the chassis leg OS nice and unmolested. Chassis leg NS not so great. From the front. Cross member on the NS its mangled at this end i had initially planned on remaking the end and slightly lowering it to allow the fan to fit properly but it started to annoy me that i am just introducing another bodge. Also the cross member is about the only part that replacements are available for. So this is where the saxo sits at present and now i am calling on the collective wisdom of the forum on how to put it rightish its already got a cat c on the log book so its never going to be concourse i just want to drive it and have it a little less bent. There are already a few saxos and 106's in this section would anyone be able to share a few measurements that can aid me particularly the distance between the chassis legs.