topless willys

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Few things I'd do differently if I was to do another but reasonably happy with it
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Hot color! Cool rod. I like it.

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Outstanding work Brett, great color and detail. Excellent body work and ldea....

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Love the concept Brett. Great job sir!

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Very nice, I like how you've converted the rear guards back to a stock look.

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Looks great !

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Now that is really nice! Awesome job on it! :)

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I'd be happier than a pig in slop if I could build something like that, Brett. Excellent and so SHINY :) :) :)

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I love it....at first I was not sure about the rear "cowling" and the vette styled seats....The more I look I like the lines, but a graphic spear in that area or ???

Great job!

Are the wheels / tires from a "Boyds" ?

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''very cool''

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Great concept!

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Thanks every one, much appreciated

I love it....at first I was not sure about the rear "cowling" and the vette styled seats....The more I look I like the lines, but a graphic spear in that area or ???

Great job!

Are the wheels / tires from a "Boyds" ?

Greg, yes motor and wheels from the 37 kit

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Wow thats very kool looking!! Well done

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One question: How would the top work? A lift-off hard top?

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Brett.......Beautiful looking build........I like the color too!

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brett...that is one good look'n roadster streetrod...luv it.... B)

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looks killer, brett.

would be nice to cruise around in and enjoy the breeze.

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One question: How would the top work? A lift-off hard top?

topless = no top

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