Update: 27-02-2013 Let the disassembly continue! (Part 1) So, after the much needed rest with all my family (enjoying my birthday at the beach, we are in the end of the summer here, rains will start with the autumn and the weather will be more of my liking) i returned home and did with everybody does: started fiddling with the car ! I came back home Feb 27th Unassembly must continue, for that i called in the help of Mr . Batista, a man who specializes in parting cars out for painters, builders and restorations. Alone i wouldnt be able to do it to have the car ready to the lathe in the 1st week of march. This is a picture of the beginning of the process, after removing the front, next were doors, interior trim and trunk lid. All we had in hand to do this was a set of tools (bought cheaply on a house store), a simple plier, a slim plier and a screwdriver. Its amazing how you can go far onto dismantling a car with time and effort. We then labelled and organized everything on a corner of the garage itself, so things wouldnt get out of hand. It can be quite the job if you are not building a racecar: everything (or almost, as i will show further down the road) must go back to the car, no weight savings, all interior trim... all of this to help retain the OEM look needed so the modifications will not be spotted. This is how the car was sitting at the end of this day. Doors removed, all rubber fittings from the doors. The stereo and alarm loom inside the door were aftermarket items thus are not connected to the original loom fitting making a big wire mess. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-...AAAAAAJQ/MyxxvVZZOd8/s566/20130228_165401.jpg Since the dashboard assembly would be a pain (and needed to remove the carpet) we called it a day and teamed up the next morning to continue.