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Radio hole filled I cut a scrap piece of fiberglass to fill the hole and glassed it in from behind
New Gel Coat I mixed up some homemade gel coat by adding fumed silica to polyster resin with a little black pigment. I mixed this fairly thick to fill the gaps. After sanding this out I will mix some more (much thinner) and spray it on with an airbrush. This will help blend it into the existing color as well as fill the remaining imperfections.
completed repair I have mixed up another batch and sprayed it on with an air brush. After it dried I wet sanded then polished the area. It came out pretty good. There are a couple of pinholes that I will probably go back and fix later.
Heater Plenums Installing the heater plenums in the front wheel wells before and after photo.
Headlight mechanism I started working on cleaning up the headlight mechanism. When I took it apart it was completely frozen and the gear box on the motor felt like it was stripped. Here I found the problem; the headlight shafts were siezed in their bearings. These flange mounted bearings cost about $5 to replace but I had another idea.
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