Stewart missed my shipment today. Will pick up next week. I expect a delivery at very end of the month!!
Thanks! I haven't done much body work but understand fiberglass repair is not too bad... There are a few other dings around the body possibly from shipping i need to patch as well.Just be sure the repair guy uses vinylester resin not polyester. I would just get some 3M HSRF and fill from above and clamp it closed,let harden then grind out a little v groove where the crack is and fill that from below. use some tape over the filler to hold it in, when it hardens pull the tape, sand and fill with rage till its smooth.
Don't you hate it when you create more work for yourself!!Today's head scratch-er...
Q: Why don't the lug nuts fit the rear hub studs.
Answer: Because you need to replace them with the studs you thought went up on the front.
So, I banged them out and now the rear end is ready for brake lines.
BTW those willwoods look very sweet!!
Just a quick thought, I believe you have stock mufflers on the car and for the motor and the use you're going to have for the car, you're going to want to upgrade to an aftermarket exhaust. I did and I probably gained 50 horsepower on a 392 Ford Motorsport crate motor.
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