May 10, 2004
out of the booth and ready for the final body fit.
made the left door seal and am not fitting it.
This morning I made the right one and will fit it tomorrow.
is ready to be pulled from the mold. The left side is now
fit and ready for gluing. Notice the tape on the pipes. During
the fitting process, the fiberglass scratches the painted
tubes. This is why you see masking tape on the tubes in the
panel and the dead pedal panel are actually made from different
sides of the mold. Meaning: the door seal has a smooth surface
on the inside of the car and the front panel has the smooth
surface to the wheel well side. No one knows why they did
it this way! Andy is now fitting the pedal assembly to make
sure there will be proper fit after painting.
pedal assembly will then be removed, then I will glass the
panels in, then the steering rack, pedals, and master cylinders
will be re-installed for good.
to install all these mechanical parts while the nose is off
the car. Note the holes in the pedals. Sepp Greger drilled
these himself during the lightening process before a hill
climb. When he visited us in late 2002, he commented on the
lightening holes and said this is why he won so many hill
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