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Enterra "Dark Shadow" Restore Thread by Lady Lisa
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Fiberglass flinging continues.....

Still working to correct the damage around the bumper (grill) opening on nose.







Checking out the door jambs after fiberglassing...





Working on closing up the rivit holes on the muffler cover. Grinding the old "skin" off of the fiberglass so that the new fiberglass has something to bond to....





The exhaust pipe areas (black areas) of the muffler cover are full of black carbon from years of running rich.





There's even an area where the exhaust tip burned thru from touching the fiberglass....



Holes are glassed up...





Here we are putting more fiberglass inside the 3 ribs of the muffler cover to stiffen them up.





Glassing uver the rivit holes in the rear facia where the muffler cover mounted to it.





Finishing up the mounting areas of the rear facia where we had previously glassed them ......





Here we have bolted many of the panels back on the car with the all new bolting methods (no rivits here)......checking out the gaps & fit of the panels.... We still have to do bodywork & filling, this is just to determine if we are done with fiberglassing in these areas.

























The door jambs after some sanding.....all the holes are gone......





Fitting the muffler cover so we can locate & fit the bolts that will bolt it together.



Finally for today, here we are glassing an extension to the inside edge of the rocker panel. this edge will go up under the rubber seal, so that we can hide the fasteners ...





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dam nice jod on the repairs Archie and crew your doing a fantastic job on the rebuild of a relick from the past

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I'm not feeling the old style door handles. You could use the same type of set-up that JScott used on #014. You can then tweak the already side vent inward near the edge in order to use the GM style electric door poppers.

This what I would do if the car was mine, because it not only modernizes the area with the new Camero side mirrors but also tweaks the side vents too. This tweak IMHO doesn't take away from the original design, but enhances and brings it up to date.

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JDM DE RACING WHEELS 17X8.5 +20 OFFSET, 17X11 +24 OFFSET. WITH 5X100 BOLTPATTERN. 3PC WHEELS.



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Sweeeet!

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I'm not feeling the old style door handles. You could use the same type of set-up that JScott used on #014. You can then tweak the already side vent inward near the edge in order to use the GM style electric door poppers.

This what I would do if the car was mine, because it not only modernizes the area with the new Camero side mirrors but also tweaks the side vents too. This tweak IMHO doesn't take away from the original design, but enhances and brings it up to date.

I agree, that'd look very sharp and smooth the profile of the door too.

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JDM DE RACING WHEELS 17X8.5 +20 OFFSET, 17X11 +24 OFFSET. WITH 5X100 BOLTPATTERN. 3PC WHEELS.



since the fiero has "front wheel drive" type wheels, i thought the offset had to be 35mm to 40mm (?)

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they should fit , fingers crossed

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How deep is that rear lip?

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How deep is that rear lip?


I'm not sure but we will know in a few days

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give yall sum thing to complain about. LOL

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give yall sum thing to complain about. LOL

just jokin but someone is always bitchin.

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I'm not feeling the old style door handles. You could use the same type of set-up that JScott used on #014. You can then tweak the already side vent inward near the edge in order to use the GM style electric door poppers.

This what I would do if the car was mine, because it not only modernizes the area with the new Camero side mirrors but also tweaks the side vents too. This tweak IMHO doesn't take away from the original design, but enhances and brings it up to date.




looking to go in this direction using the middle rectangular one and paint it white to match the car


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[IMG]measurement[IMG]



Looking good! I think the chrome lip will look nice:

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thanks

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It's only been 8 days but there is lots here to update.

Next up, it was time to redo the mounting studs for the rear sail panels. We are welding SS bolts into some steel flat stock...





And digging out a recess in the filler they had in there....



After a test fitting we will be fiberglassing the stud plates into the sail panels...





Using a little filler to hold them in place while we do the test fitting....





After grinding down the excess filler flush, we test fitted the sail panels. Then we fiberglassed the stud plate in....







While that cures, we are revising the mounting for the rear spoiler.

When we removed the spoiler, we found that you had to have a long armed skinny guy to remove the 2 bolts farthest from the only opening we had for access. We called in Abe Lincoln for the job.....



Abe, said he was good with removing the fasteners but even he wouldn't be able to reinstall the front fasteners. So he didn't want us to call him back.

So we came up with a plan & made 4 new mounting tabs at the back end of the spoiler.....





In the meatime as that fiberglass cures, we're back to the sail panels. We did some sanding then fitted the sail panels again....





We also removed the previously glassed rockers & fiberglassed the extensions from the underside.



As you can tell, Kris works on several area at the same time.

Back to the new spoiler, the mounting tabs get sanded & cleaned up for a fitting.





We also re-did the key lock cylinder mounting for the decklid. Before it was pop-rivited on & the cylinder stuck out 3/8" to 1/2" from the panel. Now it's stud mounted & flush.





In the meantime the Shop roller wheels come in....





More to come......

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Earlier when we were fiberglassing on the inside of the rear fenders, we had the rear suspension off to make room to get in there. Now we'd like to do some test fitting of the rear wheels. So Kris is going to do the mods for installing the sidemarker lights.......













While the FGlass was curing Kris was working on the rocker panels for fit to the chassis & some more glassing for repairs & shape.







Back to the spoiler. The middle 4 bolts that were used as studs were a little loose so we fixed them up.





The 4 spoiler mounting tabs provide for new fastener locations along the rear & we also added to similar mounting locations up under the area where Abe said he wouldn't be able to replace the blots he removed for us. Here are the holes where the new fasteners will come up thru the decklid.





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Finally (for now anyway).

The spoiler fits pretty much as it did before.





Fitting the modded rockers....





Got the fasterner up under the rubber molding....



Now with this mounting, Troy can use any kind of sill plate that he wants & still be able to remove the rocker panel if needed.

We have started to do a little of the bodywork







I'd like to make a note right here.

One of the things we've been working on every since we have been able to reinstall the Sail Panels is the originally the spoiler was touching the right side sail panel. It cleared the left side fine but was rubbing at time on the Right side. This along with the fact that there were no rubber stops for the decklid to close against, ment that the decklid would viberate and rub against the right sail panel.



So we needed to take someof the twist out of the right side sail panel. We propped it up at the top end....



And clamped it down at the back end.....





With the new rubber stops we put in we think this is helping.

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P.S. Bonus coverage later today.......

Right now we are trial fitting the wheels......

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Fantastic!

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Fantastic!!


OK, just so you don't get too worked up.

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That looks pretty damn good.
I like the wheel choice are those just "temp" shop rollers?
Any details about the interior choice?

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I'm sorry I have not replied in a while. Archie, the work is superb! Nosrac, while they are shop rollers, I will be holding on to them for a while...Ladies and their shoes..... They do look nice though..... I am also feeling the door handle mod.

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Nosrac, the interior will be black with white accents. I love amida's G1 dashboard. So if it's available, it would be my 1st choice.

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Simply beautiful!

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more to come

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I love the little modern tweeks,..mirrors, markers, wheels, etc.

What else you got in store ?

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this:

in this color configuration

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this:

in this color configuration




Dang! you suck lol If this turns out half as good as we know it will this will become my favorite rebody ever!

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Interior:











Your interior sure has alot of wear-n-tear...that is surprising to see in custom cars which are usually well maintained.

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She is in rough shape

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This last week, we only got about 3 days on this car.

It was pretty much all about bodywork.

I know, bodywork is just about as exciting as Fiberglass flinging, but it's got to be done.

A couple of months ago, when we first started on working on this body, we bought a cheap Soda Blaster. Brought it to the shop & set it up. We wanted to use it to remove the multitude of cracks that were in the finish of this car. The Soda Blaster didn't work worth a xxxx. So we returned it & it's all about the handwork now.

So sanding filling, sanding & more filling was what it was about this week.

Here's some pics.


























The exciting thing this week is that the door handles came in.



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This last week, we only got about 3 days on this car.

It was pretty much all about bodywork.

I know, bodywork is just about as exciting as Fiberglass flinging, but it's got to be done.

A couple of months ago, when we first started on working on this body, we bought a cheap Soda Blaster. Brought it to the shop & set it up. We wanted to use it to remove the multitude of cracks that were in the finish of this car. The Soda Blaster didn't work worth a xxxx. So we returned it & it's all about the handwork now.

So sanding filling, sanding & more filling was what it was about this week.

Here's some pics.


























The exciting thing this week is that the door handles came in.



Archie


Wow great work! This is one of my favorite parts were you see all your hard work take shape and see what you have done to create your dream or in this case someone else’s dream but again great work guy's!

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Seems like this thing could have a Lot more trunk space.
I can't wait to see it with the shoes!

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It's hard to see in this pic but it has a second trunk that is removable. this is a plus becuase the main trunk will have the T tops in it when they are off.

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Seems like this thing could have a Lot more trunk space.
I can't wait to see it with the shoes!


As you can see from these pics, that were taken before we started on the car,

As you can see there is a fiberglass tray that sits in there. You can't really make it much deeper because of all the hardware beneath the tray.

You can also see that the tray has large radii at the corners &, with it installed, you can see down past the tray in the corners.









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