I have an old Flexora TLR that is in great shape, other than a fungally challenged taking lens. The film transport, focusing panel, etc all operate fine. I'm looking for suggestions from the Dr. Frankensteins out there who rip apart old beasts to make them into new beasts. I've converted old folders into pinhole cameras, etc, but the TLR with it's focusing panel seems to cry out for something different. The existing lens is a 75mm POS roughly 1" in diameter, with a functioning shutter. How easy would it be to remove the lens elements and maybe replace them with a pair of long lens epoxy-welded to the face-plate, and keep the shutter functioing. Sort of a poor man's tele-Rolleiflex. I'm assuming there's too many mechanical components behind the faceplate to widen the opening, but I could be wrong. Anyone have a suggestion for likely transplants? My LF lenses are probably too big, and I don't have any pairs. Maybe some of the Surplusshed.com offerings?