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Build thread: Project RoBoChOp........ by jetsnvettes2000
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So, today I am finally getting underway with my chop now that all the snow has gone (crosses fingers) Yesterday I prefitted the Archie rockers I am going to do everything at once I decided so I can just hammer out all the bodywork at once.



This is what I am thinking for a color combo

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Awesome, can't wait to see you chop that bad boy. Are you doing a total homebrew chop, or are you taking it somewhere? Also, I'm digging the color combo, I would like to see a photoshop of that.

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It's about time you start this chop! LOL

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Yup I am doing a total home brew chop using the Archie kit Today made huge progress all I have left is to remove the front and rear windows and to weld in support braces then its Chopin time!!! I had a bit of a pain in the ass with two of the roof hold down bolts one on the fast back part and one on the roof panel both of them spun outta the fiberglass so I will have to fix those later but otherwise just being slow and careful I didn't break nothing! did all this myself today in just a few hours.

Sail panel fail oooops!

Pain in rear to remove!!

took entire interior out

Found my short! grrrr mice!









Temporary roof to keep rain out

Join us!!


Damn thing bit me!!!


minor rust




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Holy crap you were busy today!

You do know it was Easter Sunday.....

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Yeah you were definitely busy, and kudos for getting your roof panel off in one piece. That damn black tacky sealant crap from the factory is some real tough stuff. Also, you caught that rust at a good time, very easy to repair and prevent right now by putting some kind of chassis coating on like POR-15 or such. Can't wait to see some more! Good luck!

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So I like the look of the sail panels shown on the outlaws thread, but my question is were can I find a set of smoked sail panels to cut up so I can do it since mine disintegrated when I tried to remove them, granted mine were really cheap knockoffs and didn't even have a curve to them they just were bent over on the front. I need a set of not so nice ones if anyone has some they can be totally junk I think i am going to use them as a mold and just make a set of fiberglass delete ones with a scoop in it. kinda like the ones on a lotus esprite.

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So I got alittle farther tonite and let me tell ya the back window glue is one hell of a pain in the ass to remove!!!@!



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So I got alittle farther tonite and let me tell ya the back window glue is one hell of a pain in the ass to remove!!!@!


Soooooooooo, what's the hammer for?

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by 86soon3.4:

[QUOTE]Originally posted by jetsnvettes2000:

So I got alittle farther tonite and let me tell ya the back window glue is one hell of a pain in the ass to remove!!!@!


Soooooooooo, what's the hammer for?

Steve


Well its the instant window remover tool!

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No progress today everyone Rain delay again grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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Got alittle farther today, the front window was coming out really good till I got to the part with a chip in it and just like that it cracked grrrrrrrrrrrr well I wanted a new one anyway guess I am forced to get one now! tomorrow I will be making a internal frame for inside the car to hold it square and temp welding it in, prob overkill but my driveway is un-even so I dont want to use the block it up method.

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The chop starts now! pics soon to follow as it were I am a bit nervous but confident it will be a snap!

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this is great, cant wait to see it done! wish I wasnt so busy right now, or I'd come over and help for sure!

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Got pretty far today but ran out of co2 so I need to wait till monday to finish welding grrr!











Asleep for the nite or untill I can find a place to fill my co@ bottle for my welder tomorrow or I I am done working till monday

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I have to give a shout out to Av8fiero he came over and spent the day helping me get this far, we discoverd alot of little things extra we had to do to get it to all fit right but in the end it looks good so far!! I only lit myself on fire twice welding!!!!! well so far...........

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this is great, cant wait to see it done! wish I wasnt so busy right now, or I'd come over and help for sure!


Het scott do u have any co2???? bring it over I need some!!!!

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Looking pretty nice guys!!

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great write up keep it up..

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Damn man you don't waste any time! Nice job its coming along great!

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Het scott do u have any co2???? bring it over I need some!!!!


I'm on the verge of running out. you can use the last of it if you want though Lol

the tank gauge reads basically 0, but the regulator shows theres still some in the tank

thats some crazy fast progress you made. I cant believe how fast for your first chop infact (or is that your first?)

I know your good with body work stuff so I'm sure that helps

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I'm on the verge of running out. you can use the last of it if you want though Lol

the tank gauge reads basically 0, but the regulator shows there's still some in the tank

that's some crazy fast progress you made. I cant believe how fast for your first chop in fact (or is that your first?)

I know your good with body work stuff so I'm sure that helps



YA cool if it would last ten minuts id have the main welds done enuf were I could let it sit till monday when I can get more, I ran out right when I was welding the left b pillar and the a pillar base so its a bit floppy but secure! I was otherwise going to go get some gasless wire to at least throw a few extra tacks on it so it cant move at all, the right side of the car is basically done with all welding!

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Wish I wasn’t so lazy to chop my own car… I dropped mine off at Whodeanie’s last week.
Yours is looking good, can’t wait for the next update

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Wish I wasn’t so lazy to chop my own car… I dropped mine off at Whodeanie’s last week.
Yours is looking good, can’t wait for the next update


LOL! it will be cool very soon
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by jetsnvettes2000:

So I got alittle farther tonite and let me tell ya the back window glue is one hell of a pain in the ass to remove!!!@!


Soooooooooo, what's the hammer for?

Steve


that is one way to do it. lol

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So did alittle more welding tonite but the weather was not being kind again so I came in and started on my front bumper ideas, this is what I am kinda thinking:

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Did alittle more work today, since I am out of shielding gas for the welder I decided to fix all the rust damage to the rear clip, it took me all of 20 minuts to wire wheel all the rust off and it was good! I then got some good 3m rubberized undercoating and coverd the rear frame rails inside and out, that should take care of any future rust!

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Looking good Rob!

I hope I can get off my rear, finish my jag so I can get the fiero in the garage and get it road worthy again to join you guys! It's been too long!

BTW, I got the stickers in the mail. Thanks for sending them out!

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Hey Rob the chop and the welds look great, get some gas today if you can and finish it up. I may stop by after work. I'll call you if I do

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Looking good bro. Gives all us shade tree mechanics hope!

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Well fellas, all the welding is done!!!!!!!!! now to grind it all smooth and throw the glass in it! I think by friday weather permitting ill be well on my way to having all the fiberglass work done.


Av8fiero is grindin some of my welds


All the rust is gone!!

its so great its sparkling!

Av8fiero is really lovin the grinding just alittle to much!

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Me welding a bit!








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Hey put up a pic or two of you welding! lol! Grinding is easy, the welding is the hard part.

edit to add---Oh you got em up there while I was typing. I guess I'll have to learn to take a better pic

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Hey put up a pic or two of you welding! lol! Grinding is easy, the welding is the hard part.


LOL I was loading them as u typed this aparently hehehe

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LOL I guess so! Hey Rob awesome progress. My seat is getting a bit hot, I'll have to git cranking on mine

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So got alittle more done tonite, I modified the left track the seal sits in and fitted it. Tomorrow I will be doing the other side weather permitting!





Here you can see the diffrence between the stock window and the chop



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So cool to see such a well-documented homebrew choptop! Great progress.

btw, do I spot IROC-Z wheels on a Stingray back there? That's gotta be a different look.

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little dirty but all intact lmk if u want them i can bring them to u this weekend maybe

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So cool to see such a well-documented homebrew choptop! Great progress.

btw, do I spot IROC-Z wheels on a Stingray back there? That's gotta be a different look.


Yup those are 85 iroc rims they are just on the vette to move it around, I have the good original corvette rims in storage till the car is done. I have another vette in the garage also ass deep in restoration thats why the chop is being done out in the driveway I just ran outa room!
right now I have three corvette resto's going and the fiero chop.

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little dirty but all intact lmk if u want them i can bring them to u this weekend maybe


Yup perfect!! Ill take them!! now just to find white door panels and my job gets alot easier!

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