You and I are in a very small club: RD03 owners of North America! I count yours, one in Alaska, one in New Jersey and another in Canada.
Repairing plastic isn't too hard. I use fiberglass or fiberglass resin alone for holes and significant cracks. Sand away the excess resin and then apply bondo to smooth out the surface. When it comes to bondo (a bad word in some restorer's minds) there are two types. Normal bondo works great on tanks and plastic parts that won't flex at all. It is pink. "Bumper bondo" or flexible bondo is what I used on parts that I knew would flex a bit. Here's an example...
The disk guard had a large scrape and hole in it when I got it. I carefully fiber glassed the back of the hole and then filled in the front of the hole with flexible bondo. After a bunch of sanding and a few more applications of the bondo, the surface was perfect and ready for paint.
There are plastic welding products out there, but I haven't had experience with them.
Feel free to PM me and we can exchange contact info. Us RD03 owners need to stay in contact! :thumbup:
Ha! In fact, I welded mine back together and repainted them!Did you get radiator guards?
It isn't official without those.