About a week ago I got the rest of the body panels for my 87 mustang. I got them mocked up on the car yesterday everything lined up pretty well for parts off of three different cars. The only thing I noticed is the fiberglass nose where it wraps up around on top of the marker light where it bolts to the fender is a little off from the h***s. There are no cracks in the fiberglass in that area. I've heard if fiberglass in the sun for a long period of time it will flex or warp. Does anyone know how I can get it lined up without cracking the fiberglass?

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Comment by Chris Silvey on April 26, 2011 at 3:33pm
Also if you have some imperfections such as scratches, dings, chips use polyester filler.
Comment by Chris Silvey on April 26, 2011 at 3:31pm
Most of todays fiberglass parts are well protected with a gel coat.  As far as autobody the normal procedure to bend or remove a dent in a fiberglass part is to use a heat gun on low settings.  You can also use a hair dryer on high.  You must move it around to not burn the gel coat.  When you go to do this have a buddy handy.  A extra set of hands and another pair of eyes come in handy.

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