And just to keep us honest, here is the other side.
I know the whole time we were building these headers you were thinking WOW they're going to be really loud. That's where these baffles come in. It is still going to be loud but not that bad.
We think these look pretty cool.
By turning them up on the ends and making them look like Zoomies, besides from making them look really cool, it will keep the dirt from flying all over the place. The only thing we want flying up is a dress or two.
With the radiator mounted and the condenser mounted to the radiator we're looking good.
We used a brace to steady the radiator from the back.
Tom wanted a type of push bar so this is what he had Tim fabricate. Looks pretty good.
The Willys is rolled into the shop to be taken apart for paint.
These are some of the features I thought I would show you again. The Jeep hook hold downs, the mesh grill insert and the nostalgic lights.
Scott is starting to sand down the seams.
We leave the body on the chassis so nothing moves, then take it apart.
She's starting to get a little bare now.
Scott is getting ready to remove the body from the chassis.
He reinstalled the front clip to see how the seams were matching.
Scott didn't like the way it fit so he notched it out for a better fit.