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Old 06-30-2014, 12:09 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Another Sunday gone fitting one door

Spent the day today working all the seems on the passenger door. Finally got what I wanted.

Next will be side scoops and 1/4 window scoops.
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Old 06-30-2014, 02:01 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Got a chance to put some more motor stuff on. Mounted the flexplate/flywheel and trans adapter plate. I had the pressure plate and disk mounted but couldn't find long enough metric bolts to put it back on the stand so I had to pull it back off. I just hope everything will bolt together when I try to put the trans on. I'll probably try to mate the two on the bench before wrestling it in the car.
Steve, hey looks great. Didn't read all the way through but I think you might have some issues trying to get the engine in the car with all the accessories. Maybe you were planning to take them off? But the water pump inlet, pulley bracket, alternator and bracket, clutch, flywheel... I don't think you will be able to make it past the frame with any of that on there. Anyway just a heads up in case.. Bob
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Old 06-30-2014, 02:44 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Steve, hey looks great. Didn't read all the way through but I think you might have some issues trying to get the engine in the car with all the accessories. Maybe you were planning to take them off? But the water pump inlet, pulley bracket, alternator and bracket, clutch, flywheel... I don't think you will be able to make it past the frame with any of that on there. Anyway just a heads up in case.. Bob
Thanks for the heads up Bob. I'm realy just trying to make sure I have everything I need to get the motor complete. But your right I'll probably have to pull it all apart again. But at least I'll know everything fits and it'll all be together.
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Old 07-03-2014, 05:23 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Nice progress. I'm still trying to decide whether to build one or just buy one already built. I definitely enjoy the build process, but not sure I have the time for it. I love living vicariously thru threads like this tho. Keep up the good work and I'll stay tuned with the popcorn lol
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Old 07-05-2014, 03:52 AM   #35 (permalink)
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Front wheel openings

Someone pointed out when I was building our last car that GTMs have an egg shaped front wheel opening. The fix only took me a couple hours and now I can sleep again.
Step 1, Locate the high spot and abrade
Step 2, Fill the area with a fiberglass reinforced filler.
Step 3, Sand wheel well opening round.
step 4, Blend everything back in
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Old 07-05-2014, 04:12 AM   #36 (permalink)
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Got in a little saw time

Zip saws are the best
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Old 10-14-2014, 04:10 AM   #37 (permalink)
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Finally got my side scoops made.

I had originally made them to fill the rear 1/4 window hole and bring in fresh air to the engine bay. I also thought I want to bolt them on so I made inner panels. But after looking at the roof scoop all molded in I couldn't resist. This is the last body mod I have to finish up. And I'll make some billet grills similar to our last car.

The whole body has been blocked straight to 180 and sealed with epoxy primer. Just needs to be wet sanded to 400 and it's ready to reseal and paint.
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Old 12-10-2014, 11:30 PM   #38 (permalink)
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Jewels for the holes

Finally had time to get my grills cut, polished, welded, powder coated and installed. Now I can pull them back out and get ready to paint.
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Old 12-11-2014, 10:53 AM   #39 (permalink)
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Alright Update

Hey Steve thanks for the update and pictures looking good man

Sure glad didn't have to pull an double dog dare on you, not unlike the fourm member up north across the border, who shall remain unnamed.

Keep up the great work, she looking real good

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Old 01-04-2015, 01:59 PM   #40 (permalink)
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Pilot Bearing

I had a four day weekend (sort of) and I thought i should install my motor and transmission in the car and get them out of the way. This was not to be. Seems I have somehow lost the left motor mount that bolts to the block and the rubber mount that attached to it. Found one on ebay and I bought the two rubber mounts Jayman 174 had in the classified section. So maybe next weekend.
While I had the motor and trans on the table I decided to dry fit them together. Good thing I did. The pilot bearing bushing only engaged the pilot shaft about .100". In other words only the seal was about the only thing engaged. About 6 months ago I posted all the parts that came with the kit asking if I had everything. "Eric at Kit Car Chassis ([email protected]) said he made that kit and would help me with any questions I had. So I shot him an email and he was most helpful in walking me through what I needed to do. He even offered to make me the new bushing if I sent him the flywheel and the measurements. Well I had all the parts in front of me and a lathe so with his instruction I made my own bushing. Now everything is right in the world again.

BTW the 966 trans is much easier to install onto the throw out bearing that the G50.
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Old 01-21-2015, 03:57 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Motor and trans in (sort of)

I was able to pull all my suspension pieces, dis assemble, glass bead blast, paint, reassemble and installed the motor and transmission. Does anyone have any detail shots of the rear trans mount for a G96 trans in the GTM. Does one have to make a special mount? Would also like to see what the shift cables look like.

Thanks guys
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Old 04-04-2016, 01:34 AM   #42 (permalink)
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It's been a while

Spent the weekend trying to tie all the loose ends up so I could take some full assembled pictures. Looks like it will probably be heading to Ebay in the next few days.
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Old 04-04-2016, 06:03 AM   #43 (permalink)
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Did you get the door molds done?
I am in N. CA. And am ready for new door frames.
Let me know, I can come by your place.
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Old 04-04-2016, 12:37 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Did you get the door molds done?
I am in N. CA. And am ready for new door frames.
Let me know, I can come by your place.
One mold is ready to go. The other mold needs to be sanded and polished. You are most welcome to finish them up and make your own window frames.
I'll be in Carson City in a couple weeks. Probably easier to meet there?
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Did you ever get the g96 mounted and questions answered? I too am interested in some photos and information on how that install went and what pieces were used.
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Did you ever get the g96 mounted and questions answered? I too am interested in some photos and information on how that install went and what pieces were used.
The installation went just fine. Had to build a new rear mount and move the pilot bearing in the flywheel but that's about in. I'm still having a little trouble getting the shift cables adjusted Reverse 1,3,5 work great. Tighten the forward back cable and then 2,4,6 work great but not R,1,3,5. It's like there's not enough throw in the shifter. But I haven't spent too much time fighting that problem.
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One mold is ready to go. The other mold needs to be sanded and polished. You are most welcome to finish them up and make your own window frames.
I'll be in Carson City in a couple weeks. Probably easier to meet there?
Works for me, give me a call when it works for you.
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Don't mean to pry, but why are you ebaying it before completion?
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Don't mean to pry, but why are you ebaying it before completion?
Hi Mike
I'm building a new Toybox in Nevada and I know I'll have no time to work on this car for a long while.
I would rather not have to move the car and the rest of the kit.
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Just out of curiosity, what do you have your reserve set at on ebay? You can PM me if you want..
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Just out of curiosity, what do you have your reserve set at on ebay? You can PM me if you want..
$30k. That leaves someone $10k for a paint job. I think is the closest way a person can get to building a supercar for $40k.:-)
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$30k. That leaves someone $10k for a paint job. I think is the closest way a person can get to building a supercar for $40k.:-)
Yea, not bad at all really. I've shown my friends this one who have shown interest in my car.
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Yea, not bad at all really. I've shown my friends this one who have shown interest in my car.
Thank You.
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That's a steal. Are you getting any bites?
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That's a steal. Are you getting any bites?
The bidding ends tonight @ 7:56. So far the bidding is up to $24,300. It's bad timing to sell as there are a lot of GTMs on eBay right now. There are two complete cars with buy it now prices of $50k. Wish me luck.
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If it doesnt sell, would you considering parting it out?

Id be interested in the aluminum tanks if so.. But I understand not wanting to part out a car so close to final completion.
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If it doesnt sell, would you considering parting it out?

Id be interested in the aluminum tanks if so.. But I understand not wanting to part out a car so close to final completion.
No I'm afraid if it doesn't sell in will move with me to our new house. We got the aluminum tanks in our Red car from Ted @ Quick Racing Products.
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I thought I had hit the 'watch' button on ebay for your car, but perhaps I didnt.. Did it end up selling?
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I thought I had hit the 'watch' button on ebay for your car, but perhaps I didnt.. Did it end up selling?
The bidding got up to $24,800. That's less than the price of a new kit. My reserve was $30k. So while it didn't sell on EBay I got some good leads.
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