Richard, the measured length difference is to the very tip end of the wing, right below the lights.
The "seat" of the light seems to have been put in place angled. Besides the rough work I can not find any creases or bends on the neighbour panels, especially the rear center panel appears straight.
The right side also looks quite rough although not as bad as the left. The spare wing is manufactured in a much better way.
There is a small angle at the right side, too. Maybe that had been straightened by filler. Consequently the next step would be to set up an auxiliary longitudinal center line of the body shell and check the position of both rear ends.
I will find out how the position of the lights is at the other Coupé.
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Last edited by Tedesco; 01-26-2014 at 04:31 AM.