February 9, 2004
no original mold for a Gulf window naca duct, so I make them
out of a little piece of foam.
I have made the part I trim the mold.
flipped the car upside down (again) and glued the just made
duct in the car.
inside is finished now. After the doors are operational, the
inside fenders will be installed.
lower control arm covers are installed. These will be attached
to the fender wells.
shot of the bottom before the fender wells are glued in and
a photo of the fitting of the windscreen. I use tape on the
outside edge of the window. This protects the lens while the
bodywork is being done around it.
are the two lower door hinge openings. They will be installed
in the left and right door seals.
Martin is fitting the driver's door. This is the worst part
of any prototype restoration
(but Martin is doing a great job).
Daytona window (Carl keeps shitting out new parts) and the
gearshift cutout, which gives you room between the gearshift
lever and the inside door seal. Without this part, your hand
would hit the door seal in the top gears.
is made from the Daytona window to get a center line established,
next it's mated to the center line on the roof, then the roof
is marked and cut out.
operational. You can see in the picture on the right the hinge
buckets that are now installed.
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