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mrgreen - thats a wild turkey lured by hunger to the song bird feeder.
ProWelder - looks like 'spray' insulation, mix part A & B in the sprayer nozzle and Joe Somewhen effortlessly tripled the work you face now to undo it
Okay - on adding outriggers in the back, I've read Andy saying sure put some stubbies on. But with the consequences of the extended lever of the rear frame and the 'static' eggshell 'holding up the frame' and the slight weakness of the shell at the wheel wells, and nine other litters of kittens built-in not readily apparent - the plywood spring tension goes way up as the curve reduces, etc. kind of makes the stubriggers like adding an extra little toe on your foot, if five are good then six are better.
All that being said with the shell off it take a 32nd degree mason and a coupler of 5th-graders to perfectly meander-establish the plywood curves in relation to the shell curve, without having accurate* old floor templates. And to locate the stubriggers perfectly, unless you wait until the shell is landed to size them and weld them on, would probably involve quantum mechanics and time travel.
On my '73 there is a battery locker cutout notch in the floor (sits both over/under where the floor should) be on one side and a hot water heater shell cut-out on the other side - both have missing C-channel sections on/at the curve of the end cap. If they wanted the rear shell to be welded down they sure wouldn't have accessorized it with those add-on cut-outs.