It’ll be Friday or Monday before my radiator support hardware is here, so I can’t FULLY mount the fenders, nose, and hood... BUT I CAN START

I started with bolting the inners to the outers... with the very few bolts I had on hand. Apparently since everything up there is structural I need to have a LOT of bolts in all the right places.

The passenger side fender is the nicer of the two, but the inner looks like warmed over poop. Holes cut, filthy, etc.

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Meanwhile the oppo is true for the driver’s side. Odd. Trans Am trunks make for nice work benches, BTW.

All bolted up... with a few less bolts then they should, I stuck the nose on there for the lulz.

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Now all it needs is an LS....

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I also slapped in the rear window for the ride....

It’s not perfect...

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Or permanent...

But its in there good enough for me, and I didn’t do too bad for my first butyl sealed window install.

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THANKS, YOUTUBE TUTORIAL.

I’m not sure what’s next. I kinda want to put the door windows in, as they (besides the rad suppt. and hood I cannot yet put on) are the next largest parts I do not want to haul separately, and would be nice in case it rains the day I decide to move it... but I’d have to duct tape a lot of holes if I really wanted to keep the rain out.... and I don’t have any door or trunk weatherstrips ANYWAYS...

I mean, I might just put them in out of boredom at this point.