there is a bolt connecting it to the nose panel, the ones along the hood line. the 3 that bold behind the charcoal cannister, and then i think one or two under the fender. now, you just gotta pull HARD.. try grabbing it from UNDER the fender and bending it UPWARD.. that seam sealant is pretty rough stuff. just gotta keep tugging..
I did find and remove the bolt on the nose and the bold on the bottom heel, plus the 3 behind the cannister. Everything is loose except for the back. I can move the fender back and forth, but it still hanging there.
I think I'll follow Shaun's advice and give it a good yank. It's scrap anyway, nothing to lose.
As for my 16 year old.....I was real hesitant to let him drive it. He's a real good kid. I gave he the 30 minute lecture on what not to. I guess I missed the part about locking up the brakes on wet roads (driving in the rain was on my list of things not to do). It will be a while before he drives it again. It could have been a lot worse. No one got hurt and he drove it home.
I did the same thing when I was his age, but it was in my dad's '66 Olds, not a Porsche, so I can't yell too much. Like father,like son. hmmm...there's probably a few more things I'd better warn him about.
Hey, thanks for the advice. Now all I have to do is find a fender.