Part 2 08/30/02
Jack was working on the tail, Kevin took on the front nose.
The following few photos will give you some
idea of the condition of a typical restoration project.
a view you are not likely to ever see. The under dash of a
Porsche 906. The square green areas were patches that attached
the body to the frame.
continues to grind away all of the inner fenders.
are over an inch thick from years of patches and repairs.
We will basically grind all of the body work down to 1/16
of an inch thick.
were removed allowing access to the front nose areas.
themselves were a mess. This photo shows them after the paint
has been removed.
work will be required to restore the individual lens housings.
It was decided to finish one off perfectly and make a mold.
of masking tape and then a layer of glass starts the process.
have to make a few of these.
The finished housing.
installed on the bucket.
positions the buckets. He is adding glass to the outside edges
where they attach to the body.
look at the material we have added to restore the edges.
step is still requires hours of sanding and filling until
they are perfect and ready for primer.
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