The project is rapidly coming to a conclusion.
The car is beautiful. The most visually striking development is the body--it is completed, in a striking Brooklands Green. The color hearkens back to those nearly-black British Racing Greens of decades ago. The shade is actually an Acura NSX color, pearlescent when applied by Acura, but in the case of the Lozuki, without the more modern effect--just the straight shade, although with a clear coat on top. Tim Kramer, who laid the body from the old molds, applied the paint, with a liberal helping of elbow grease by Tom. Tom points out that there is a certain hand-made asymmetry to the body that can be seen in the photo of the passenger's side of the car.
If you look closely, the accompanying photos reveal other developments as well. The windshield and headlamp covers are installed, though the side windows aren't in place yet, the engine cowling, done in sheet aluminum, is attached to the rear body shell, the exhaust pipe peeks through the left rear side of the car.