Looks pretty stock, huh? Not even close. Craig Hill filled the roof, shaved the fuel neck from the cowl, flush-fit the doors, molded the visor, and flush-fit the windshield. The amount of work involved in flush-fitting the doors alone is enough to make most builders cringe. Not only did the doors have to be reduced in size to fit into the opening, but the hinges were reworked to relocate the doors a half inch or so closer to the body. All-new jambs had to be created to allow for weatherproofing.