A few beers later (we just got a new fridge for the shop) and a couple of calls to some friends and we came to the same conclusion. It would be easier to make a mold and use that as a basis. Thank God for friends and booze.fatalmk1 said:the only thing i dont like about glassing over the top of the shape is that theres gonna be like a 3/16" difference between the foam that you sculpted and the surface of the glass......i would wanna try and find something to put over the top of the shape first to make a mold, and then fiberglass into that mold.....that way its exactly the same...ima go register on that website...perhaps thats already been touched on....
Just a few bucks and a lot of manual labor and it can be yours. You should do it. If your anything like me, taking something apart, cleaning it up/refinishing, and reassembling it all is fun to me. I'll never sell this car so it'll probably be in a constant state of upgrading for the rest of my life. Stay tuned, I might be turning it into a hydrogen cell vehicle in the next 10 years.Johnsauce said:Sounds like my friends..
I'm IN LOVE with your interior, by the way
for what? to put over the foam? well...then when you fiberglass over it youve got resin stuck to one side and the plastic stuck to the foam....unless that plastic is really not very sticky at all, cuz you wont be able to peel it back once theres fiberglass over it...you have to be able to pull it straight offcott said:What about that sticky saran wrap stuff they sell in the floring section at home depot?