This started out as a modified project until a friend of mine decided to sell a Vicky body he had lying around. It looked o.k. at first, but all the wood (which is most of the inner structure) was toast. The roof had been filled, but the body was racked, so it needed to come off as well. Then I had to put lower patch panels all the way around, and that was just the easy stuff. Look real close and you'll see what I mean. In the first group of pictures you can see the cowl and doors after they were finished, and then the car with the back section mocked up. It's channeled the width of the frame and the rear section has been sectioned 2" for tire clearance. To avoid relief cuts, I also moved the wheel openings forward 1", which gave me more room at the front by moving the whole body back.