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09-25-2002 11:49 AM
Madd Syntst Also seek out "Hot Rod It" on this site. He is in England and may be able to hook you up.
09-25-2002 09:57 AM
Halloweenking I'm not that well versed in fiberglass bodies, but if you send Shawn Asseln ([email protected]) an e-mail, I'm sure he can help, hes a 'glass body wizard, he makes them for a living so I'm sure you can all the information you need. Hope you get it worked out.

09-25-2002 08:32 AM
lengthening doors in fibreglass body

does anyone have any experience in modifying a fibreglass body? i have found a very resonably priced 32 roadster body in england but the doors are stock lenght and are a bit cumbersome to get in and out of. is it possible to glass the seams together and re-cut the opening say 3 inches back lengthening the door by that same amount. i would first glass the door shut, then moove the pillar bach and glue that in and finally cut the opening.. will this work?

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