The original idea for the do-it-yourself jig came to me when I decided to do a full on restoration on my 1967 Camaro. I found when it came to doing the body work there were no jig plans for sale and if you found a jig available it would run you close to $2,000. Needing a jig and not wanting to dish out that kind of money to buy one, I decided to take on the challenge to design and build my own jig. I spent several months painstakingly dissecting Fisher Specifications & the Chevy Assembly manual and any other published document that referenced specific mounting points. In speaking with other first generation Camaro and Firebird enthusiasts I found a market for such a product. I decided that I would sell an inexpensive set of plans for those that wanted to take on a project like a full on restoration.
The jig I have designed is easy to build as well as affordable. The plans that you get will be in layman’s terms so that you don't have to be a 'rocket scientist' to understand them. A basic knowledge of reading blueprints, a few basic tools and being able to follow directions is all you need to build this jig. So if you are looking to save some money on your build then this plan is the one for you!