The glass mat is then rollered to remove all the air and ensure the glass is fully saturated with the resin.
Likewise, the rear bulkhead / boot floor for the 427SC
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Once all the inner mouldings have been completed ready for the next production run, a body is laid up in the plug or mould.
Here is an Almac 427SC body sitting on a rolling jig in the workshop ready for delivery. You can see the inner wheel arches and rear bulkhead and out of sight, the floor, front bulkhead and dash are now all glassed in place.
Next up is the
rear floor section
Here is a stack of 4 rear floor sections ready for fitting to an Almac 427sc body.
Boot lids and bonnets, or is that hoods, as this is after all considered to be an American muscle car, maybe!
More Almac 427sc body parts, these are inner wheel arches waiting to be trimmed up and removed from the moulds.
The basic bare shell laid is laid up. Before the body is removed from this mould, the inner panels will be glassed in, this ensures there is no distortion in the body as this work is completed.