Thanks for sharing. Looking to add a vent to a fiberglass top with no flat space so similar process
It wont need much, after it's glassed back together with the added in sides it will regain it's strength. Once it's all rebuilt, I'm planning to glue or epoxy some wood strips on to the sides and roof area inside so I can have something to attach the interior & the insulation.How do you plan on putting vertical support?
Interesting, I'll have to look into it. I was looking at using the body filler with the fiberglass mixed into it. I shoul;dn't need a lot TBH... The pictures make it look worse than it is, because they are focused right on the ugly spots.. hahaLast time I messed with fiberglass I also tried a fiberglass filler from West Marine. It was essentially fiberglass shaving that you can make into a putty when mixed with the resins. Depending on your ratios you can go thick or thin and its amazing for filling in low spots, cracks and voids. Just a heads up