Fantastic Stuff! You always have a great building method...its called "go in and ATTACK!" I like it......you get in there and get it done! Some builders need all these damn creature comforts to get anything done but NOT you!!! You get in there any build, build, BUILD!
I also like how you use other alternative detail parts and tools to build your kits. Because its helps out some of us that don't have the opulence to buy a $1000 worth of detail parts and tools to do a kit. This hobby can make you impecuniousness and go into wretchedness and perturbation! Then you have bad dreams and micturate the bed!
Not knowing any dimensions of the Iggle, I traced out the WBs and Tracks of the Lola 332 on paper. I then laid out the parts to see what happens.
A big gap engine to chassis that doesn't seem to be reflected in photos of the car. So I move the chassis rearward until the tires almost hit the radiators- while keeping the axle line from the tranny centered. This leaves a gap but not as big.
I could close the gap by moving the engine/tranny forward and angling the driveshaft to the rear slightly.
I think the rearward angularity would be a tad more than is shown in this pic, but not too much. It's merely that it's better to know ahead of time than to be unable to mount the wheels.
It also implies that the front wheels come rearward with the chassis to keep A-arm configuration appropriate, thus Eagle WB shorter than 332. Lotso speculation, few facts, but I'm OK with that.