You can see the new brake lines in the background. They fit but took quite a bit of manipulation, to put it lightly, to get them to attach to the caliper soft lines.
The rear springs are in and all that is left to set the car back down on the ground is to bleed the whole system.
The fender lips are now rolled. I thought I took a pic but I can't find it. The camera went haywire and I think the file was corrupt. Rented the Eastwood Fender Roller tool. I've used that before and it makes that job a piece of cake. I know of guys using baseball bats and other things but the Eastwood tool allows you to go slow enough so that you don't hurt the paint. Paint wasn't a huge concern of mine since the car will be painted in the future. I recommend anyone rolling the fenders if you plan to have your car painted. Whether you need it for wheel clearance or not because if you're like me you'll change your brake setup and wheels only to find out after you painted the car you should have rolled the fender lips. Ask me how I know... My old 88 GT comes to mind.