The body also received several upgrades by Precision Street Rods. The shop started by installing a Kugel side-mount brake pedal system with a Corvette master cylinder. The shop also installed a hidden radiator overflow bottle under the dash, so only the cap is seen on the firewall. They also made the mounts for a huge Be Cool aluminum cross flow radiator with dual Spal fans. Precision also modified the dash by installing a working glove box door with a mount for the Eclipse AM/FM/CD stereo system & switches. Precision also mounted the grille, but instead of mounting it on the outside, which looks like an add-in, they frenched the grille, making it more uniform with the smooth lines of the body. The rear of the Willys also was improved with the addition of frenched '37 Ford taillights instead of the round, protruding originals.

Precision Street Rods sanded the body seams, primered the parts & assembled the body & fenders to make sure everything was fitting together properly before painting the Willys. When they were satisfied with the results, the car was disassembled & taken to Lawson's shop, where Gary Baca did the final preparation & paint work. We probably don't have to tell you that the car was painted Mazmanian-style candy-apple red along with the frame & engine. Baca did a great job on the difficult-to-apply paint, & he also painted some of the interior parts & rollbar a light tan to match the color of the upholstery.