Can anyone who has done a disassembly - reassembly at some time chime in with a plan for the sequence of operations. Eg. put the dash back in BEFORE the windscreen. Correct sequencing can save an awful lot of heartache.
Beside that, if you really paid just 600 bucks it's a steal when I take a look at real precious components like for instance the electric windows mechanism for the doors and sunroof. These only could be the cover for your complete investment.
I personally always found and still find it very helpful and also kind of entertaining to follow resto freds, which are available in the www.
Imho one of the most interesting ones is this:
(For sure a very huge investment for all the new panels and other components they used).
I personally did more or less the same for the bodywork of my E9, but searched and used a bit more of used parts, which I needed to prepare a bit before they where attached.
If you like you could follow my project here:
Although it might be impossible for you to follow the description, because these are German ones, it might be a big help watching all the pictures, which really shows the "nasty" construction and the various layers of all the sheetmetal panels. And as a general hint: reinforce the body by welding in an aid frame before you cut anything structural out of the really weak chassis.
Good luck :wink:
Greets from Germany
Great update! How long do you spend editing each release? I think you should bless e9coupe with some still shots before the rest of the world gets the next YouTube video. Have you removed the front fenders yet? There are some writeups on here that you should definitely read first.