I was surprised that I could not find any examples or videos on removing the front inner fender well, so I thought I would put up some information on how I did my right (battery) side. I have an exhaust manifold to pull (car has AC) and a heater core to replace and I expect the tasks will go easier with the wheel well out of the way. Some folks will pull the fender and the well together, but I’m no body man and expected to have difficulty aligning the hood and fender during reassembly. Also this gives great access to all kinds of parts like the two body mounts, fender to body cavity, blower motor, etc. so you can do other maintenance as well! NOTE: If your car is concours-quality or you hate to scratch any paint on the under body areas – do not do this. You will be pushing and pulling against the inside of the fender and things will get scratched. NOTE: I did this on a lift. You could do it on jack stands as you do not need a lot of ground clearance. Remove the wheel. I removed the battery and tray and the radiator overflow tank. After the fact, I do not think I needed to remove the tank but it did make getting the battery and tray out easier. I removed all the bolts holding the well in place. PB blaster helps! My car has AC so that includes the clamp for the ac muffler under the compressor. All the fasteners are obvious expect the one near the exhaust manifold to head pipe connection. This bolt and bracket must come out to give you room to move the well around. See picture: Normally it looks like this behind the well: Once the well is loose you need to carefully push it towards the engine. The well is tucked under the fender lip on the outside (trim side). You are trying to get the well edge out from behind the fender lip. The well will flex some. I had to use a pry bar to push it the last little bit to pop it free. This will require wiggling, pushing, and pulling. You are trying to pull the back side out. Start at the door side until it looks like the picture below: Once the back is free you need to work the front loose. If you have AC, the AC muffler will get in the way. (If your AC does not work you could just take the muffler out.) The front outer edge of the well will be stuck behind the front lip of the fender. You need to work it loose so you can the part of the well that is narrow towards the front of the well (near the battery tray) past the fender. Work it towards the back of the car. I had to take out the bolt holding the fender to the lower brace. This gave me the ¼ inch or so I needed to clear the lip. Be careful not to crack your paint by flexing the fender too much. You will only need a small amount to clear the edge. Once pass the front edge the well will basically fall out. Be prepared to catch it! It will rotate past the hub and you are done. So that’s my story. If anyone has a better way to do it please post here!