Finally, I started working with fiberglass. The first strip was simple; a small little piece by the rear driver's side wheel arch in order to maintain the body line.
No noticeable protrusions from the piece
Next, I did a big strip on the rear driver's side wheel arch & dog leg. The piece will be cut to length & shape, fortified, then finished with body filler, primer, and paint.
Started constructing the underside of the dog leg
Then I moved to the front driver's side fender. This one turned out mint, I'm VERY please with the result
I then dabbed the CAI piping in whatever leftover resin I had. A trip to the local store for more supplies followed
A second round of resin after I returned
After two and a half hours (an hour more than needed) at ~23C, I did a few second layers and continued building a fiberglass base. This was at around hour 10 of the continuous push. I took quick pics and left right after... I'm a little worried about how the glass is going to set. Anyways, first some mock-up pictures.
Flattening the outside patch for the passenger trunk hole.
Front driver's side fender
Building up the rear driver's side quarter panel
And now, pictures of the freshly soaked pieces in place
Front driver's fender
Rear driver's side quarter panel
Underneath the rear driver's side dog leg
I started building the outer lip (so the door's outer weather stripped can seal) on the rear passenger side dog leg
I need to do another big push to finish fiberglassing on Thursday and getting a jump on the body filler/sanding if I plan to prime the spots and drive the car on Friday in time for the car meet.