for me about a 2 but I work with fiberglass every single day. If you have fiberglass experience and follow the steps on how I built the shape it is not a bad process. Should be doable in an afternoon. If you are thinking of taking it to a regular body shop and have them do it forget about it. Most regular shops specialize in collision repair and don't like to do custom work. The employees get paid hourly and could care less about doing the job. Your best bet is to go to a shop that specializes in custom autobody and show cars unless you are able to do it yourself.
I also work with fiberglass alot, it's part of my job. I don't recommend you do this if you have no experince. If you must try and screw it up it won't be hard for a profesional body shop to fix, but it will add to the cost. If you really wan't to try buy a fiberglassing kit and practice making pieces, breaking them and fixing them. It's really not that hard it has more too do with experince then anything.
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