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wht94stang 
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Posted: April 19, 2004 at 5:33 AM / IP Logged  
First off yes the car is being into a two seater, ,There will be two nitrous bottles molded behind teh rear seat.  And iam molding it against all the paneling so it will actually get done in there.
kickerstang 
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Posted: April 19, 2004 at 6:52 AM / IP Logged  
my opinion is quit and start over
what!?!?! you want some??
beyondamfm 
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Posted: April 19, 2004 at 8:44 AM / IP Logged  

Did you sand the glass before you applied bondo?Glassing Pics, Opinions Needed - Page 2 -- posted image.  It looks like you have alot work ahead of you. good luck can't wait to see the final product.

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defective 
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Posted: April 19, 2004 at 11:21 AM / IP Logged  

"Looking at image ce6c187e.jpg I am wondering is this car going to be converted to a two-seater."

That's the hot seat.

pureRF 
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Posted: April 19, 2004 at 7:34 PM / IP Logged  
I seriously dont see it. I would start over like kicker said because i bet if u started over and didnt put on as much stuff and all u would actually save time and def save frustration
dream it, build it, fiberglass it
nyguy4u 
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Posted: April 19, 2004 at 11:51 PM / IP Logged  
that's the messiest bondo job i've ever seen. Def start over and do it right the second time. It will save you ALOT of work and frustration.
defective 
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how thick can you lay that bondo?... i use a couple different brands for different puposes.... the thickest i can go wityh any of them is 1/4".   It just looks like you mixed the whole can and poured it in.
Wherm 
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Posted: April 20, 2004 at 9:52 PM / IP Logged  

This has to be some kind of sick joke.  Stop.

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mycustoms1980 
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Posted: April 21, 2004 at 5:31 PM / IP Logged  
i think you should have started out with something smaller and then work your way to the point u have glassing mastered. I would rip that sh*t out and start over there is a year worth of sanding on that box it's not worth it start over read some fourms and get a better idea of how to do it......................
wht94stang 
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Posted: April 21, 2004 at 8:06 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks guys but i already have done some small deals, but in anycase i'll take some progress pictures and then you guys can comment on what you think, but what i did want to know is do you use fiberglass mat, cause i see alot being smooth as the cloth and then bondo'd.  Thanks
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