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Building a sport luxury interior + other mods by Chris_86GT
Started on: 04-01-2009 11:03 AM
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Nice way building those fins without making a mold, which would be hard to do anyway. Good solution and it looks great!

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Nice way building those fins without making a mold, which would be hard to do anyway. Good solution and it looks great!


Hi, nice to see you posting....! How have you been?

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Wow, nice build... too bad almost all the photo's in the middle of the build are just broken links to where images used to be I am doping a custom interior, and wold loved to have seen some of your progress photo's along the way.

A lot of people gripe and complain about PFF Image poster. I see all the time, "I use Photobucket", "I use Imageshack"... and years, if not months down the road red X's and broken iumages are showing up everywhere .....At least with PFF image poster, this never happens. I have over a hundred photos in my build thread I started 4 years ago, and not one single broken image. Sure, it can be a pin, but in the end it's worth it.




Just finished fixing the majority of the broken links using PIP this time… although PIP was down yesterday I believe its more reliable than other sources.

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Well... it's a start...





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Weekend progress.

Formica wood is perfect if you want flat surfaces. Polyester doesn’t stick to it and it’s pretty easy to release.




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Started the long process of making all the parts fit right plus some small changes…

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Report this Post12-31-2014 05:31 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Chris_86GTSend a Private Message to Chris_86GTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

After spraying epoxy primer and some repairs...


Gel coat


FIberglass


Mold... It had many areas that gel coat shrink. I am pretty sure it was the acrylic wall putty I used.... Epoxy primer didn’t help....


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I have forgotten to update the progress I made… Here you are












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Start making the brackets where the middle “door handle” will bolt to door chassis.


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Fitting the Lock Unlock switch





Started the Right side, way easier to make now that I have the Left side ready...
I first started with all the flat surfaces.




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Impressive !

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Impressive !


Thank you!

I am making small portions of fiberglassing every time end after polyester hardened, I recheck measurements, so if something go wrong it will be a quick fix.

Cardboard patterns for every piece…

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I have made some progress last weeks, here is the update





Didn’t make a template for the most basic thing and now I must do minor corrections...


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"Door Handle"


Made each side separately and then bond them together.



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Right side map pocket







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Whatever happened to this build? I need to know how it ends!

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