, I think I'm going to go big, and put in Lexan windows in mine as well. I think I would kick myself if I didn't do it, knowing it is an option out there now. Thanks for the info above on how to connect the Lexan to the lower portion of the front.
Sadly my biggest issue is that I am out of some key items to continue the build. I have to tell myself every few hours, "self, you don't need to go to the hardware store, this isn't a critical project". I've made a few small online orders for some misc parts, but until the COVID-19 settles, I may not be able to completely finish the first Devastator. I am thinking I may screw on a temporary front, in place of the Lexan, if that is all that I am left missing.
Well, I decided to start on the second Devastator since I had all the materials cut, and it is going great, so at least I have something to do. I was going to build this one front to back, but honestly I didn't want to re-learn a different way. Also I know the few issues I will run into with back-to-front building, so figured I would stick with the devil I knew.
If we get some good weather, it has been snowing off and on, I plan to roll the first outside so I can bondo all the holes, and sand them.
Stay tuned, and stay safe out there...