is Duramix Metal Panel Adhesive. This is used instead of welding
in most modern cars including the GT3-R. We will use this
to attach the quarter panels onto the unibody. This will allow
us to keep the car much more original if a future owner should
choose to change the car back to the Turbo form. Once heated
to between 300°F & 400°F the glue softens and
the quarter panel will be able to be removed.
rear quarter panels are being attached, the arrows are pointing
to the seam.
is the rear motor mount for the turbo engine. The rear apron
fits right over this and will be welded around, essentially
saving the mount for the turbo engine underneath.
add a little detail the factory painted the door sill black,
you can clearly see that they didn't want to remove the door
stryker before spraying the paint.
is the other door sill after being sanded in preparation for
primer. The yellowish base is actually the old white base
coat from the factory.
rear apron has been welded on.
rear half of the car is ready to go in primer. The filler
smoothes the seam between the unibody and the quarter panel.
Originally the factory would have used lead to do this but
it is very toxic not to mention very heavy and a lot more
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