This could be a stupid question. . .but bear with me, I'm new to bodywork. . . Fiberglass can be bonded to sheetmetal bodywork correct? If so, what is the best way to do this? i.e. what adhesive would you recommend? I have a '79 F-150 and noone makes any of the louvered and scooped hoods for it, but the louvers and scoops are available separately as an add-on components from several companies. . .I plan on cutting holes in the sheetmetal hood and using a pneumatic flanger to flange the cut out and then bond the fiberglass scoops and louvers to the sheetmetal hood flush, and fill the gaps with filler, sand smooth, and paint. . . I know that I could rivet them to the hood flush or on top, but I would still be stuck with the rivets and a flush mount without rivet heads would look much better and cleaner. Thanks!