Had a few weeks practise now, learn that doing a "job" is a lot different to laying beads on the flat. Some welds were excellent, some were pants! Bought a welder initially to learn, but needed to make a side gate. Needed a cart also as i found myself limited where the workbench could go, and was almost tripping over cables etc. So the cart had to be made first. Also learnt that PPE was VERY essential forgetting to put my goggles down for one cut on the chop saw, ended with a small fragment about an inch from my eye! - scared the **** out of me and wont forget twice!. Learnt also that welded metal stays hot for a VERY long time! Well heres the car, needs some end caps (on order), and painting eventually. Thoroughly enjoyed every aspect from designing to welding - although the design, cutting and fitting took a lot more time than the welding =D Thanks for all the help on the forum.