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mid-day break update. (letting my ears settle after all that grinder-ing.

i dismantled the sunroof ass'y and proceeded to grind out the edges of the opening and then cut away the single layer roof skin with a utility knife like i'd read in some threads. then i cut the support brackets side, fore, and aft. next was releasing the front of the cassette. i had no intention of selling/reusing the cassette, so i cut the front into two large pieces and left the rear. then i had to use a steel putty knife to motivate the adhesive that was holding the cassette up. i cleared the back, then the rear corners, then gave 'er a little twist and out she came.



these bits, along with the air deflector and sunroof motor are undamaged and will be for sale if anyone wants. i'll update the FS thread later tonight.


this wretched beast is where it belongs.


this is a welcome sight. although i'll be spending hours tidying up superfluous (and sharp af) tabs.


unbeknownst to me, the sunroof did manage to land one shot whilst under siege. my (top of the line in protective wear) blue glove was torn, but i paid it no mind as i was on a mission. once realizing i'd been dealt a [near] death blow, i inspected the area and found that i had indeed paid the car in blood for its cooperation.


Ted, thank you for your insight. i'd like to see some pics of your car. i didn't find a build thread anywhere. don't worry about cluttering up the thread. i know i won't.

Daniel, today i was (and will again be) wearing a respirator to prevent inhaling all that dirt/pestilence. i also have a brand new paint & solvent grade respirator for when it's time to play in chemicals. thank you for your words of caution.
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Old 03-11-2018, 10:54 AM
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i elected to finish tidying the ceiling (?) of my car instead of starting another project. so drilled out 40-ish spot welds, cut off 15 brackets, and ground all the remnants smooth. i also touched up the opening for the Fenn Lane plug to make sure it was only 1 thickness all the way around. then, i vac'd out the car, swept the garage, pushed my car out and back into its spot, and pulled Kelly's A3 back into its spot. nothing glamorous or fun. just work that needed to be done.

i took pics anyway.

front


driver's side and rear


passenger side and rear


pretty productive weekend all told.
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Old 03-11-2018, 03:39 PM
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Great thread. I live near Al K, and went up to visit his shop a few weeks ago. Really interesting guy, with a great product. Though I'm not sure any car that sports his work can be call "budget."
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Love these threads...especially because my build was the most budget-ey build I've ever seen...until recent years.
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Great thread. I live near Al K, and went up to visit his shop a few weeks ago. Really interesting guy, with a great product. Though I'm not sure any car that sports his work can be call "budget."
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Love these threads...especially because my build was the most budget-ey build I've ever seen...until recent years.
Thanks for the kind words.
i do realize 'budget' is totally subjective. in this particular instance, i'm going with 'budget' considering the 'no-budget' approach to some of the builds on this forum (and others). i'm not wealthy and a lot of my parts-acquisitions are based on selling parts or saving scraps of paychecks or picking up side work. as such, i have a vision for this car and i'm not going to not do something just because it's expensive. it'll just take a bit longer.

also, @madcorgi, my wife and i have a Corgi. tho she's not mad....most of the time. she definitely pouts when she doesn't get her way.
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Old 03-12-2018, 03:36 AM
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Might be time for you to reverse (inverse?) the direction of your suspension mods.....


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You did a nice job on the sunroof delete so far. I didn't cut out my brackets but I'm thinking I might now. Anxious to see you fit the panel in. How much material of the roof skin did you remove beyond the lip approximately?
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Just remember dude, the car goes back together a lot slower than it does taking it apart.
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You did a nice job on the sunroof delete so far. I didn't cut out my brackets but I'm thinking I might now. Anxious to see you fit the panel in. How much material of the roof skin did you remove beyond the lip approximately?
i ground out the lip from below, so i took minimal material from the edge of the lip. it's actually kinda sharp. but i'm not going to mess with it anymore until i get the panel here for mock-up.
and i'm glad i took the brackets and tabs out. it looks so much better. not too sure what i'm going to do about a headliner. but i figure i've got at least a year (if not three) to figure it out.

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Just remember dude, the car goes back together a lot slower than it does taking it apart.
oh i'm painfully aware. but i've got to get it apart and clean the tub of rust and filth so i can get it (at least) in primer. otherwise, i'll never fix the tub and build a hotrod that looks like hot garbage. (know thy self and all that)

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Might be time for you to reverse (inverse?) the direction of your suspension mods.....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0qFNDYMpKQ
i'll have to check this out after work. no youtube allowed at the State.
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parts delivered today!
nothing i get to use for a while, but good to have in the stash for when it's time.



yep, manual window regs. i don't want to have to fish wires into the doors and this will help me fulfill that dream. lol
turns out my passenger door has a manual setup in it with a 'unique' power window adapter contraption. the motor is in the bottom of the door. it drives a cable that has a worm-drive and adapter at the cranking spindle. if i can convert it back, i won't have to mess with that side. but the driver's side has a complete power setup from a 81+ car. so i'll definitely get to change that out. going to take the driver's side apart and see if the manual reg will work with the later, power slider channel. fingers crossed.

also, @tjabo, i have no intentions of jumping my 911. i have a MTB for going off sweet jumps.
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Can anyone tell me about how long they waited for their Fenn Lane sunroof panel?
I know it’s not going to be a week, but I haven’t heard from them in over 2. No tracking or shipping info.
I emailed a few days ago for an update, but no response. I’m not trying to be impatient, just looking for a ballpark timeframe.
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The whole mounting assembly comes out when the rear mounting tabs with the spot welds are detached.
Just cut the mount tabs just above the spot weld or get anal and release about 4 spot welds on each mount tab.
Not in my experience. Maybe my 75 was different.

The cassette is attached in 3 ways:

1. Glue along the back half.
2. The metal tabs that can be cut or the spot welds can be drilled out - that Ted spoke of.
3. The roof skin is rolled over the top of the cassette. This means you need to cut around the ENTIRE perimeter of the lip of the sunroof opening.

The fennlane instructions say to re-use the top part of the cassette as a temporary brace while getting the profile correct. This top arch piece is the piece that the roof skin is rolled over.

I don't want to muck up your thread with my pics, so if you are interested you can see gory details in my build thread linked below.

Other notes:

The fennlane panel is not uniform, and despite this, there is apparently no front or back. It's fine. I'm not complaining. It's a hand rolled piece of steel and then the radius edges or flange is pressed somehow. This means the corners are not exactly the same.
You will need to remove more material around the perimiter of sunroof opening to accommodate the fennlane panel.
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Can anyone tell me about how long they waited for their Fenn Lane sunroof panel?
I know it’s not going to be a week, but I haven’t heard from them in over 2. No tracking or shipping info.
I emailed a few days ago for an update, but no response. I’m not trying to be impatient, just looking for a ballpark timeframe.
I believe I waited close to 3 months with no communication after the initial deal. The seller said he would ship within 24 hours of getting paid.

I sent PM's here on pelican, I sent emails to the only known email address over the course of 3 months. I could see the seller was logging on and ignoring PMs.

I asked for a refund. I got no response. I started a dispute with paypal. I got my money back. I bought the fennlane panel from another pelican who bought it a few years ago.

That was my experience.
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Not in my experience. Maybe my 75 was different.

The cassette is attached in 3 ways:

1. Glue along the back half.
2. The metal tabs that can be cut or the spot welds can be drilled out - that Ted spoke of.
3. The roof skin is rolled over the top of the cassette. This means you need to cut around the ENTIRE perimeter of the lip of the sunroof opening.

The fennlane instructions say to re-use the top part of the cassette as a temporary brace while getting the profile correct. This top arch piece is the piece that the roof skin is rolled over.

I don't want to muck up your thread with my pics, so if you are interested you can see gory details in my build thread linked below.

Other notes:

The fennlane panel is not uniform, and despite this, there is apparently no front or back. It's fine. I'm not complaining. It's a hand rolled piece of steel and then the radius edges or flange is pressed somehow. This means the corners are not exactly the same.
You will need to remove more material around the perimiter of sunroof opening to accommodate the fennlane panel.
Thanks for the feedback!
my sunroof came out like yours. the edge rolled over the cassette. that was a bear to get separated. i took the least amount of material off the edges to make sure i can tailor the roof to the panel for a perfect fit.

how long did it take to get your panel?
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It's great to see someone else starting out with another 70's G car too.
I've been at mine for a few months now, but I think you will be quickly overtaking me!
Mine is more about the journey than the destination but even so...
Keep up the great work and momentum and keep sharing!
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I believe I waited close to 3 months with no communication after the initial deal. The seller said he would ship within 24 hours of getting paid.

I sent PM's here on pelican, I sent emails to the only known email address over the course of 3 months. I could see the seller was logging on and ignoring PMs.

I asked for a refund. I got no response. I started a dispute with paypal. I got my money back. I bought the fennlane panel from another pelican who bought it a few years ago.

That was my experience.
ugh. that's not great to hear. they were speedy with the responses until i paid. hopefully my panel shows up soon.

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It's great to see someone else starting out with another 70's G car too.
I've been at mine for a few months now, but I think you will be quickly overtaking me!
Mine is more about the journey than the destination but even so...
Keep up the great work and momentum and keep sharing!
getting warm (despite snowpocalypse warnings for this weekend) and that means more time on the MTB for me. i'll be sure to stay up on the build, but it won't be every waking second. don't fret too much. i'm very aware that if i don't work on it that i'll never drive it. kinda waiting on the sunroof panel before i go much further in the interior. so i'll either work on stripping the interior of all that wretched adhesive or i'll drop the motor and work on the bay.
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just got an email from Chris @ Fenn Lane.
sunroof panel shipped. even picked up by UPS today.
delivery day shows tomorrow. i'll be super impressed if that happens.

guess i better get the landscaping done for Kelly so i can get back into the garage and strip the interior to clean metal.

also, after watching 911 videos on youtube last night, i'm inching closer to leaving the exterior all ratty and driving it for a few years so i can just enjoy it and develop the driveline, brakes, and suspension.

idk. it's not got a lot to do to put it in primer from here. we'll see what happens with the roof.
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story time, everyone.

since my last update, i've gone and purchased a new-to-me support vehicle (daily driver).

'99 4Runner with zero rust. i could hardly believe it when i saw it. an Indiana 4Runner without rust that wasn't for sale for a king's ransom.
wasting no time, i've ordered some fresh tires, a rear lift (to prevent sag), and some bike fork mounts so i can haul MTBs when i'm not hauling Pcar parts.
here's my Evil Sovereign and my '98 GT Avalanche inside the truck. stoked that i can take bikes with me securely. (not banging about or easy to steal.)


then, just the other day a box appeared.


upon further inspection, i found it was the elusive Fenn Lane sunroof plug! (ok. i knew all along.)


it's supposed to rain for the balance of the weekend, so i'll probably be in the garage taking the roof skin to bare metal and adjusting the sunroof opening to fit the plug perfectly.
once the sunroof is bonded in, i'll get the rest of the interior stripped and painted. the paint and stripping supplies are already here. i just want to get the roof sorted first and foremost.

next update when i actually get something done other than buy parts/supplies.
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it's snowing right now here in central Indiana. i am not amused.

but that didn't stop me from working on my car this weekend. i actually had the big door open for a few hours today before the weather changed. it wasn't exactly warm, but the fresh air and natural light are nice.

so i ran this poor guy from brand new to this state almost without turning the grinder off.


that poor guy plus a few 60 & 80 grit discs for the DA and now i have a 98% paint-free canopy.

not sure why i only managed to take this one picture. but that was basically my whole yesterday.

today, i wanted to see where else rust was hiding and remove some more BS.
so i did what any sane person would do. i pulled all the (remaining) panels off the front of the car.



and then even that wasn't good enough.


so here's what i found this weekend. some not so bad, some not so great. none of it grounds to throw away the tub just yet.

first the seams from fender (wing for our British/Aussie/Kiwi/ROW friends) to tub.


a little surface corrosion, but mostly just crap and adhesive. :thumbup:

now the edges of the dash where it meets the base of the A-pillar. :/



the first image is the Passenger side (right). it's actually not rusty. there was some surface rust, but the wire wheel took it down to nil without much effort. that small black hole is a welding imperfection from the factory.
the second image is the driver's side. i knew there was some more heinous corrosion here and was a little reckless with the grinder/wirewheel. once it stopped hurling flakes of (sharp) rusty dashboard at me, i got after it with a bit more force to see what was solid and what was just sitting in place. what you see is what survived a ~225lb angry American and a grinder set to kill. in all, i'm not displeased. i'm actually wondering if there is a legitimate reason (not resale or "doing it right") to even patch those two small holes. my current plan is to POR15 the metal to discourage any more rust in the future, but leave the holes so if my windshield leaks, the water won't just sit there and rot my stinking car.

any input from the pros here?


and the last of the rust. (i kid you not. this thing is so solid and i am so unbelievably stoked about it.)
B-pillar to driver's door slam panel.


this i have not touched yet. i'm a bit concerned, but i'm not a body guy. so i'm not sure yet what to do with it. i'm going to get the front of the tub sorted, get the roof sorted, and then i'll likely cut this out and weld in a patch before i roll the rear fenders and then prep for epoxy primer. so it looks like i'll get to it in a week or 10. we'll see.

as an aside to anyone still reading.
if you put ~100psi through the airhorns on your 911 to see if they still work a few things will happen.
1st and foremost is that there is basically the loudest noise you can't even imagine. not pleasant.
2nd, your wife/husband/partner/roomate/pet/neighbor will pop by to make sure you're ok.
3rd, you will regret testing this inside your garage when you were only 5' from the open garage door.
YMMV
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i have a question and i don't want to start a whole thread if i don't have to.

when converting to an in-trunk fuel filler, what are everyone doing about venting the tank?

between temperature changes of the air, fuel, etc., there has to be some vapors and pressures that build up. i'm not going to vent into the trunk as that would vent into the cabin. similarly, i don't know how the car will respond to a fully sealed system. bear in mind that the car is getting full EFI. so i'm retaining high pressure pump, filter, and return. if the general consensus is that a fully sealed system will be fine, then that's great. i'll just slap a new neck on this bish, seal up the old vent and neck, and i'm off to the races.

#help
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