Once the body comes off for frame mods, there's quite a bit of 'glass work to do. Good to know since the firewall is a big project and the trunk corners are being changed as well.Hey,in case you don't already know,West System epoxy resin is awesome stuff for fabricating fiberglass. Works great for adding metal parts or just forming new parts. Super strong! 105 resin,205 fast activator,206 slow.I use slow but it takes 24 hrs to cure. The 406 additive...you mix it with the stirred resin to get the mixture as thick as you want,wont run off or sag when it's the right consistency.
That's the plan! I've designed a double hoop roll cage (think funny car style) to keep me safe. As long as it goes straight, hooks up and stays on 4 wheels I'm happy.There you go, now build a cage with plenty of bars to keep you safe in that paper mache body. That thing is gonna be an animal!!!
Short answer is yes and no. In setting up the 4 link (frame still isn't back) I'm seeing things that need to be modified because of another change being required.As projects go,when there's no light at the end of the tunnel,one tends to pick away at things. When you see a faint glimmer,the pace picks up and the enjoyment level rises. Are you at that stage yet? I hope so cause I want to see the videos!!! Nice work!
Kinda getting fond of the blue! I've marked the concrete in the past, but using painter's tape on the floor to mark frame points works out so much better. Easy to see, really easy to make changes if I need to (just put more tape over the affected section) and can make notes/dimensions on it. And when it's done just pull it up!What color are you going to paint the garage floor? Nice masking job! GRIN