I thought about using the half top as a template to create a full top for the CJ6. The doors, side panels and rear panel would be easy to replicate with evergreen styrene sheets. The top's rounded corners would be the hard part. I guess if I made a resin version of the half, I could easily cut it in two and extend it. I don't have too much knowledge when it come to resin.
The CJ8 would make a great addition to my Jeep collection. Is he doing it in 1/25?
I have a couple of flat fender MB/CJ2A (Hogan Hero kit) I'm itching to build too. I found some images on the web of modified MBs that were turned into "Woodies" after WWII for random uses in Europe that I'd love to play around with. So many ideas...
One of my CJ5 kits will be built as a service station unit with plow or push bar. Do you know of anyone that may make a better, more accurate tire for older Jeeps? The "snow tires" in most of the MPC/AMT kits just don't do it for me. I was putting together a parts list for a future build of a CJ2/AgriJeep with a PTO and some type of farm equipment attached and noticed from pictures I found that the wheels /tired looked military. The most accurate I've found are the ones from Hasegawa's MB kit. I think they can also pass on the CJ2A kits. Know of any resin CJ3Bs? :)