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Project "off the Rickst'er Scale" begins by Bozzie
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Well....its a manual..... a G6 thats been Cyro'd and has a Quaife locker in it Aluminum flywheel....etc. Pic to come. Oh....my snow performance meth kit just came in

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bla bla bla, the trans itself has nothing to do with the pain in the ass that is running a manual trans.

I heard that tilton clutches took 8+ weeks to build, so I would get the order in asap.

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Any more pics of the side skirts/rockers? Deciding if they will work with my planned mods... if you have a straight on side shot for a photoshop?

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Bozzie,

Any new progress ?

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Getting rid of some seams

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Quarters , i didnt bother lookin at the instructions thou they are quite good from archie....ive seen this done a dozen times here and done it in my dreams a thousand as well !!

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Fender gap.....this kit, thou real good does need to be worked...but heck...thats the fun part !!

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Door coming together.....this is so time comsuming !!

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Car is coming together. Ive been working on making in ge gaps tighter in the door seams. The factory gap is just way to much. Now is the time to bring it in. Pics to come. Also on the way is Amida's 512 front bumper )))))) I'll be installing that hopefully next week and making a custom splitter kinda like Whodeanie's. Everybodys cars are such a inspiration to me and my project...thank you

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what body filler are you using between the rear fender and the lower quarter panels and the front upper and lower fenders?

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GADjet......all seams are fiberglassed inside and out. Im useing duraglass filler over it. It has glass fibers in it for reinforcement.

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Door off and ready to glass the inside. Car mostly in primer now and the lines are lookin good

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Door gettin a layer of glass on the inside. This seams to be the easy'st part ! Nothin like glassin from the top ! It made such a big difference on the rigity of the door.

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While i had the door off i figured id ad alittle to the door edge. The gaps seam so big around the doors for some reason. Figure 3/16 all the way around would be alittle nicer

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Door back on and the gap looks alot better. Also flushed the door to body gaps and did alittle more filling and sanding.

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Pulled the nose off in preperation for Amida's 512. Anyday now.....................................

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I like the hood vent. Does it require cutting of the sheet metal (chassis)?

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BV. Hoods a 03 cobra hood , narrowed a few inches. Where it is is pretty much as far forward as you can go without cutting the "chassis" . I woulda wanted it about a 1" more rearward but didnt want to cut it. It seals real tight. Just have to finish the bottom of it.

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Wow nice job, nice attention to detail, vision and craftsmanship!

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AMAZING WORK! Totally loving it. Nice attention to detail fixing the gaps!

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Thanks Red ! Hears another "gap" that i hate to look at ! Ground down and ready to glass

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Layer of glass. The roof wasnt totally flat so with the use of the lift arm i applied alittle "love" to a high area. 3 layers of glass later its pretty solid

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Grinding down the high spots. Getting the feel for the new 1 piece look on the roof.

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Ground down and rolled outside for a blow off of all the dust ! Voila !! Ready for a skim coat of filler

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Layer of glass. The roof wasnt totally flat so with the use of the lift arm i applied alittle "love" to a high area. 3 layers of glass later its pretty solid



Will that area you held down try to com up later and ruin your work?

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2.5....... The area was just alittle high....didnt take much to level it out. A deep V groove and alot of glass reinforcement should do it. Im going to let the car settle for a year before paint. Anything changes / pops / moves can be fixed before paint.

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Layer of Filler.

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Sanded down

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Primered. Looks alot smoother without the line there.



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Better shot of the roof.

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Man this is gonna be one smooth widebody, i like it

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Wow that looks hot !

Whodeanie had one of those he was considering putting on his choptop project, and i thought about it, but never got to really see what it would look like, boy it looks sharp !

I agree this one is going to be a good one.

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2.5....... The area was just alittle high....didnt take much to level it out. A deep V groove and alot of glass reinforcement should do it. Im going to let the car settle for a year before paint. Anything changes / pops / moves can be fixed before paint.



Good to know, it will be a work of art!

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Good to hear that the box finally arrived. Come to think of it sending to a "park & ride" should've been a red flag.

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Amida......the 512 nose arrived perfectly. When i did a search for greyhound where i picked was a terminal online but when i checked it out it turned into a park and ride and greyhound didnt upgrade there site as per. But.....Boxing is amazing and Greyhound did a good job with it....not like those UPS incidents the past fall !! LOL. Your quality is second to now and im MORE than happy with it. Pics to come !!

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Bozzie,

i think we are all excited to see your car with the nose !

Going to be awesome.

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Working on the door seam.. Pretty much got it where i want it. 3/16 all the way .

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