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1976 930 preparation for fresh coat of paint

Hi Guys!!

Just a few pics of my little project.
The car is going to the paint shop friday for sanding and fresh black paint
(code 700)
Just need to remove the front fenders and sliding roof.

Canīt quite figure out how to attack the sliding roof though.
Any tips and tricks?





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You have to remove the liner for the sunroof...a small putty knife works well on the front edge...there are just clips holding it in. Once un-snapped, slide the liner back and you will see the screws.
I believe there is a write up in the tech forum.
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sudo apt-get purge 930
 
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And then weld the darn thing up!
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I have already removed the liner......and it still doesnīt make sense to me.
I will look for guidance in the tech forum.

Mark, you are right. That freakinī hatch should never have been there in the first place......it looks like crap and itīs the gateway to all types of problems.
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Ahaaa Ben!!! I think I got it now.
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if you are using PPG paint . the is an error for code l-700 if will come up as black with a hint of brown .for ppg ask for code 9300 or 700 not L-700.
for Porsche l-700 and 700 is the same thing not for PPG
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Iīm using "Spies Hecker" coating.
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Glasurit Glasurit – automotive refinish paints
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Standox Standox - Car Paint - Color Formulations - Accident Repair
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