Above, we have the removed cage, the axles being cleaned in solvent, the rear diff. cover all cleaned and painted, the rear parking brake assembley cleaned and painted and waiting for new pads.Every nut/bolt, assembly and part was removed, cleaned, either replaced with new or resealed and painted and replaced. Every metal part was degreased, cleaned, rust neutrialized, painted with rust inhibitor and painted with Por-15 rust stop paint, gloss black. This whole procedure took days to complete, but it gave to time to order and get delivered all the new parts I needed.Speaking of new parts, Jaguar parts can be very expensive. So shop around and use common sense. A quick example of my meaning, I needed 2 bolts to reinstall the trailiing arms to the frame, the bolts needed to be hardened metal. Jaguar would sell them to me for $12.00 each for a total of $24.00, FOR 2 BOLTS. I went to my local hardware store and should them what I needed. They had the exact some bolt in hardened metal for $1.40 each. Guess who I bought the bolts from!!!. Anyways, shop around and call different Jaguar speciality dealers and use the internet or you may end up paying way to much for parts. Also be prepared to get incorrect parts delivered or locally sold to you. I've spent hours returning incorrect parts. It just seems to be part of owning a Jag., but don't get discouraged.