Here you can see that the rear bulkhead with integral alignment pins has been adhesived in place and the adjoining bulkheads with the alignment holes are sitting in place. Then I placed the midsection on top of them. The space that you see goes from 1/8" on this side to 0" on the other. The bulkheads provide a notch to apply Evercoat Metal glaze to, to fill the offending space.
Propping it open a little bit you can see a little better whats happening.
The end view here shows how that the hull does not conform to the shape of the bulkhead. We will make it conform.
Forced conformation in progress. I used CA to get things pulled in place and then I will apply the marine sealant.
The original misalignment is evident in this photo.
The down side to all this straigtening is that now there is a gap between upper and lower hulls that will also need to be filled with MR. EVERCOAT.
There are OLD pilots and there are BOLD pilots but there are very few OLD BOLD pilots. MAG