During the removal process, as Mike begins to remove the rear valance from the car, he rethinks his decision to remove and replace the entire rear valance. With the number of spot welds that have to be cut out to separate the rear valance from the taillight panel it will be Swiss-cheesed and become pretty flimsy. Also, by removing the section below the taillight panel, there will be nothing holding the back end of the car in place, as both quarters are already removed. In essence, all that will remain if Mike removes the whole rear lower valance will be the top surfaces of the quarterpanels, the deck lid opening, and the taillight panel, with nothing to hold them up. Gravity will pull them down and completely blow all our alignment and reference points.Mike's solution is to simply leave the good part of the lower valance-between the taillight panel and the trunk floor-intact. He removes everything below the trunk floor (as viewed from outside the car), and cleans up the ragged edge.