Eric, There is a shop in California, Curtis Unlimited that also makes 26R panels. I've done installs of 26R panels made by Curtis Unlimited, Tony Thompson and a set made by Todd Gerstenberger. They all required some tweaks to fit correctly. I now make my own. I made my 26R front fender molds to attach directly to an Elan body, then do my lay-up on the car directly. They align to the headlight opening, bumper and door edge, so alignment isn't an issue. My rear panels are made in traditional molds and require normal tweaking to fit to the Elan body. Bumpers, I just modify standard Elan pieces to fit. There is a lot you can accomplish with inner fenders for tire clearance, so don't stop at outer panels, do the 26R inner rear (or deeper mini-tubs).