A lightweight paper weight.
I would guess things like bottle mounts are the favorite.
I made wet lay up parts ~25 years ago.
Love to know how you get on, my big problem was
A bonnet is actually pretty simple.
I made some stuff in molds, which obviously meant making a mold and even meant making a thing to take the mold off. A mate made a glassfibre bonnet, he had never touched glass[carbon/epoxy is nicer to work with than polyester/glassfibre] it was better than a bought in bonnet and it took him a couple of Friday afternoons. I made mudguards, took me longer to alter an oem item and take mold off it than it took my mate to make his dodge bonnet.
I made several things like one off huggers over/inside oem parts, quite quick to make.
I also made stuff over foam, I made petrol tanks like that. When it's finished pour petrol/thinners in and it melts the foam. I also left the foam in some items for strength, I made seat unit including subframe and it was made on a foam blank, I left the foam in it.
Only instruction I got was phoning Martin at the SPS tech dept and asking how do you? I could have done with some lessons;-)
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