May 28, 2004

Work, work work...Jack is sanding the cockpit and doing the last of the laminating of the joining panels. The body is held inside by four 6mm bolts. These bolts just index the body to the chassis. They don't do much in the way of attaching the body to the chassis.

I keep telling Jack to wear safety glasses. Hollan has just made another appointment to get a piece of fiberglass out of his eye. Jack has finished the seat belt pockets.

The detail area around the shifter and in all the nooks and crannies requires hours and hours of detail sanding...ouch on the fingers!

Hollan was made fun of because of his third time at the eye doctor, so he got the hose and washed the fiberglass from his eye, saving another $200. to Mr. eye doctor. Jack has wised up, note the glasses.

It's 4:30 and a week's worth of work is about to look like a million dollars with me shooting duratech in the cockpit, which will take ten minutes. Jack does all the work...

I get all the credit. Next week we fit doors and the deck lid.

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