I will gather up and give it to my mates for Christmas.Marc, Those crystals coming out of the head are actually the remnants of cocaine when that car was used to smuggle drugs into Europe- Have it tested and see if you can finance the rebuild with it It's kind of like finding change behind the rear seat!
HiHi Marc, mine went to SPL no problems. But when we got it back we removed every seam and joint to ensure the acid had gone before reassembling and sending it back to them for Ecoat.
So far so good, no nasty reactions and its 3 years now
Hope it helpsHello Marc,
Say, I am going back a couple of posts with this comment and question. I completely agree with bracing the shell to keep everything as square as possible during this process. Especially if the rocker assembly soundness is unknown/in question. It is great to see the frame you've created. I've been pondering where to attach a frame to effectively keep everything straight and still allow good access for exploration, fabrication and repair. I also see that you have (had) the car on a rotisserie. I see where you've attached the front section to the engine support frame, which is pretty straight forward. May I ask where you attached the rear section? I've been struggling with the best spot to support the body shell for this. Thank you for sharing your project!