I covered the buck with release agent, then made the top and bottom female molds. Finally, the top and bottom halves of the scoop itself. Each was two layers of glass cloth with embedded metal stiffening rods. I shredded their edges really badly when removing them from from the molds (Insufficient release agent? ) and had to fix them before continuing. The inlet screen came from the same office ventilation duct screen as my grille insert. It's held in place with glassed-in studs and lock nuts. Three 18 ga. triangles are plug-welded to the K&N filter base. 1/4"x20 machine screws & glassed-in nuts connect them to the fiberglass scoop. Then, a couple layers of cloth & resin join the top & bottom halves. Finally, a light primer coat and mounted: This was my first fiberglass project and it needs some clean-up work, but I'm pretty happy with the results. BTW, these pics were taken four years ago but I didn't have a carb to mount it on until this past Christmas, compliments of my beloved but long-suffering bride.