Gort Bio Repairing (Pic Heavy)

made007

Sr Member
I recently aquired this hez gort bio, it was busted, right after i opened the box i started the work, first was to get rid of some warping by heating and bending, making it as asymetrical as posible, next i did was to sand the inside to get a better bond when applying fiberglass, next i applied a resin coat followed by fiberglass mat, then sanded the outside and added bondo to the left side of the bio, the left side was pretty bad, here some pics
Before, this is how i got it
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and after, while i was workin on it
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The interior fiberglassed
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Primed and ready for putty and wetsand on some areas
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Thanks, i had to heat one of the fins to make them symetrical, and i added a coat of bulldog adhesion promoter to the hoses
 
Oh then what they told me its not truth :( well sorry for that hez, im going to weatger it at night cause im working on other things right now, it fit my xdmray half mask like it was made for it :) ill take some pics when i finish it
 
Nicely done Jose!! I love the Chrome lenses and the weathering. "Take some pics outside."haha I had to say it. :D
 
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