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Good idea, but if they work as advertised they shouldn't be visible at all. I'll do it anyway.
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Velcro is an EXCELLENT idea! I may try that! THANK YOU. I'm really tired of buying the panel clips a bag of 50 at a time!


Some else on the forum had the idea (donít exactly remember who), I just havenít done it myself, still have almost 2 bags full of clips and the top piece still in one piece, however gets loose nonetheless.


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I was carefully peeling off more of the clear coat today. I was getting close to the roundel, so I popped it off. This was underneath. Not only had she signed the hood, she had her initials under the roundel.

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Holy cow, getting the old glue off the inside of the door cards is a PITA! But I found the way to perfectly prep the surfaces for the glue. 2" random orbital sander and a 1/2" belt file, using very coarse abrasive media. 80 grit on both. I wonder what the blackish coating all over the pressed wood is? It's not glue. More like a greasy feeling, which the glue refuses to stick to. Pictures coming when the Bimmerfest server decides to cooperate.

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Holy cow, getting the old glue off the inside of the door cards is a PITA! But I found the way to perfectly prep the surfaces for the glue. 2" random orbital sander and a 1/2" belt file, using very coarse abrasive media. 80 grit on both. I wonder what the blackish coating all over the pressed wood is? It's not glue. More like a greasy feeling, which the glue refuses to stick to. Pictures coming when the Bimmerfest server decides to cooperate.

Migrating the site to the Google Cloud was the worst thing to happen to Bimmerfest since it's creation. Stupid, stupid move. :tsk;


Way to go Ken! Thatís the secret to making the new glue hold. Itís got to have something to hold onto!


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Some of the greasy coating....
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And wasted glue.....all the glue in the world won't hold a thing if it can't actually adhere to both surfaces.
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Pressed fibre pieces after sanding. It looks like I thinned the pieces by sanding them, but very little was removed. I sanded just enough to remove the greasy coating and roughen the surface. I'm sanding the door card backs at the gluing points the same way. The greasy crap clogs the sanding discs and sanding belt very quickly. I tried removing the stuff with lacquer thinner before sanding, but it didn't help. You still have to abrade down through it. Sanding discs and belts are cheap (I make my own from larger discs and belts), so they get used for 30 seconds to a minute and are discarded. I am going to abrasive blast the backs of the map pockets to get some tooth (or 'key', as the Brits call it...) so the glue will actually get a grip on the plastic. More pictures coming.
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Gluing door pockets in place. Note that the pockets were carefully abraded in a media blaster before gluing.

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Good news is the door card repair using the Turtle Labs aluminum attachment strips are done, and appear to work great.

The bad news is I found out the front attachment screws on the sunroof weren't tight.....found out the hard way. I'd put the rear nuts in after realigning the lifting blocks just to get the roof closed, but never messed with the front screws. I was galloping down I-10 on the way to the monthly BMW CCA local Chapter meeting when suddenly the wind noise increased tremendously, and 3 seconds later there was a massive BOOM as the sunroof outer skin lifted off and snapped the rear mounts off cleanly. I couldn't find the skin, which is good, meaning it wasn't in the roadway. If it's in the weeds there's a chance I can find it. Heading out there early in the AM. If I can't locate it, next stop will be Pull-a-Part in Mobile where they have three E36 coupes to pick parts off of. I sure hope I can find the original. It had more of Amber's art on it.

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Found it. It's scrap. It was paint-side-down in the right emergency lane, barely off the running lane. The black liner was why I couldn't see it last night. Smushed, bent and twisted to heck. I set it back in the hole just to keep the critters out of it. The car is parked under cover now. I'll pick up a replacement in Mobile in a few days, after the rain quits.

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Went to Barry's U-Pull-It in Theodore, Alabama and got an entire WORKING sunroof cassette, motor, switch, all the unbroken lifting arms and links, plus a bunch of other small items, for $40. Prepping the roof panel for paint now.

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Went to Barry's U-Pull-It in Theodore, Alabama and got an entire WORKING sunroof cassette, motor, switch, all the unbroken lifting arms and links, plus a bunch of other small items, for $40. Prepping the roof panel for paint now.

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Sorry the original was found in such bad condition, but that full cassette for $40 is a steal!
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Will you be attempting Amber'r art on the sunroof?
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Yes. I consulted a friend who's been in the paint and body business for 40+ years (he blames me for getting him into that line of work....we used to paint cars when we were teenagers). He's given some solid suggestions on how to go about restoring the art work, both on the replacement sunroof, and the hood.

Along that line, I spent all day yesterday cleaning sunroof guides and tracks, cleaning and greasing cables, and using the best parts out of two different sunroofs to make one good one. Unless you have an eidetic memory, or take lots of pictures when you take it apart (neither of which I did or have) reassembling a sunroof is a real learning experience. I did figure out why Amber and I had such trouble trying to fix this blasted thing years ago....she had the "shuttle" (the inner panel) turned 180į, which prevented it from fully retracting, and thus prevented the outer panel from operating correctly! Oh, so simple a mistake, but it caused headaches to be endured and new vocabulary to be used. I'll have picture and descriptions when the sunroof is finished. Also a pictorial and review of the Turtle Labs door card repair parts (hint: they're great)
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Sorry the original was found in such bad condition, but that full cassette for $40 is a steal!
I've learned to take cash to the Pull-a-Part places. If I'd have used a credit or debit card, it would have been about half again as much (according to their published prices).

One trip over there we came out with two FULL wheelbarrow-loads of E30 parts...fenders, trim, interior parts, engine parts, a ton of stuff, for $150. Sadly, E30s are no longer seen there, and E36s are getting pretty scarce. I was told the E30s get crushed without going onto the lot.
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Sorry the original was found in such bad condition, but that full cassette for $40 is a steal!
I've learned to take cash to the Pull-a-Part places. If I'd have used a credit or debit card, it would have been about half again as much (according to their published prices).

One trip over there we came out with two FULL wheelbarrow-loads of E30 parts...fenders, trim, interior parts, engine parts, a ton of stuff, for $150. Sadly, E30s are no longer seen there, and E36s are getting pretty scarce. I was told the E30s get crushed without going onto the lot.
I see about one e36 per month at my yard. Currently there are 20 e46s.
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All BMW projects (and everything else in my life) has been put on hold. I'm battling cancer.

Today is the one year anniversary of Amber's passing. After locating recipients for her kidneys and liver, life support was turned off a year ago today. A vibrant, talented life was taken by depression. Please, if you have issues with depression, GET HELP. Help is always available. Don't give in.
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