I assume the wheels are not centre to the arches either. It looks like the body is well too far forward. Can't see from the picture at the other end of the tube. It should be tight behind the number plate. For a guide the dash needs spacers to mount it towards the driver by approx 40mm this will then mean the body can move back. Hope this helps.
Hi Sid, we have discussed this before so have a look and there is info on this. As Stuart says you need to start by aligning the wheels in the arches, this is key and the car will look odd if not done. You might need to spend some time on this as the body is probably a little off square. When you have the correct body position you will need to move the dash to meet it and trim the rear support bars as required, the support bars do need to be hard against the rear of the body. On my build I had to move the dash and trim the rear bar. You will also need to check your heights to make sure the lights are high enough for the IVA rules and then build some body mounts to match. This is becoming my mantra but remember 'best fit' is the method when building a kit car.
I'm at the same stage of body fit however I may be going down a slightly different route as Im trying to raise the body relative to the chassis so that the wheel is exactly in the middle of the opening vertically (hope that makes sense) and thereby raising the rear lighting too, my recent posts are around body fit, wheel spacers and dash (all part of the body location decision process).
As above its really what suite you when you have everything lined up, I spent ages walking round tweaking position until I was happy with wheel location in arch, and cockpit relative to rear bulkhead position.
I still haven't fabricated the mounts, reason being a combination of work and procrastination (my build has had lots of this), but I dont see this as a big job once Ive finished all internal ali panelling (slightly more than on latest model as I have no doors).