My shell was built by Racing Jaguar Panels in Bedworth U.K. the same place that builds Building the Legend Shells, also responsible for many Jaguar Heritage and period racer shells, new and or restored.
The owner explained to me that there is not one single panel from a Lindner Nocker shell that would fit a standard etype. Bonnet, doors, floor bulkheads etc.
Having home restored over 20 E types I can attest that watching the car in build I completely agree. They are a work of art.
The front frames are Robey standard, the picture frame is S2. The LN had standard front frames. All front suspension is standard 3.8 S1, nickel plated. Top wishbone modified to LN spec. Front shock absorbers are Gaz with spring helpers. Not fia compliant
Join my fbook page there are hundreds of pics of the build.
For engine frames talk to these folks, not stated on their site but I’m sure their engine frames have a LOT to do with Uryk the founder of E Type Fabs , they are beautifully made, lighter and stronger than originals, many on this page including me have bought Uryk’s frames and having nothing but praise for them.