Hi guys and girls I used to be a mechanic back in the 80's and went to college to do a part 1 Gity & Guilds course in Motor Vehicle Mechanics which is where I learned how to weld with a stick welder before working in a garage for 6 months. Jump forward 10 years and I got frustrated with stick weldng and threw in the towel on fixing my van which I scrapped and haven't welded anything since. Cut to 1 month ago when I found out my MOT had run out and then it failed on Brake pipes, a ball joint and the rear sill ends on both sides, the brake pipes and ball joint I can do but ended up getting a quote of 3 hours (approx £150) of welding from the garage. Cheched the finances and realised that I can't afford to pay someone to fix the car so ended up buying the chepest MIG welder I could find on ebay, was looking at getting a 2nd hand Clark 151 but chose instead to get a beand new welder to be safe so I have a JUBA Mig 100 IP21 on the way which whould arrive the day after tomorrow. I hope that the job is an easy one and that I get to grips with the Mig welder, I've watched loads of videos so think I should be OK but just incase I start to struggle I figured I would register and say HI. Does anyone have any experiance with the sill ends on a Mazda 323f 1991 BG?