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Old 23rd December 2020, 15:32
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Default Repairing old ugly holes in fibreglass

The fibreglass of Marlin Roadster I am restoring is peppered with poorly made holes, many of which are also in the wrong place. It's years since a dabbled with fibreglass so some suggestions of the best way to approach "removing" the holes would be useful please.

Fortunately many, but not all, are on a flat surface so I guess that will make it easier. Everything will be painted after so I am not too concened about the colour of any repair. I just don't want to find it cracking afterwards.

A couple of pictures (yes I know it needs cleaning up first!)

scuttletop1 by Robin Martin, on Flickr

scuttletop2 by Robin Martin, on Flickr

Cheers, Robin
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