Hello companions, Kevin, thank you for your encouragement. Following the Willys I am thinking about some architectural "délicatesse", the Renova Model Studnia Kazimierska to take a break from the military vehicle saga. But after that, in my ToDo list, I have the Renova Model H.L. Hunley, the Orlik P-47 D-11 Thunderbolt and the GPM M4A3 Sherman. So... a lot of work. Today another little advance with the Willys. The bumpers and stick the body to the main frame. In photo 272 you can see the pieces that compose the bumpers, before trimming them. I have already stuck on card piece 26. In Photo 273 all the trimmed pieces with all the painted edges. All? A little piece does resist to being occupied by the Roman invader… ah, it seems to me that I am getting confused of history (do you know the French comic Asterix?). No, not all are painted, as always; I realized the forgetfulness when seeing this photo. Luck, because if no, another “small disaster” to the saga of the errors. 272. 273. In Photo 274 all the stuck pieces to each other, ready to glue them to the frame. 274. And in Photos 275 and 276 I have already stuck the bumpers to the frame. Taking advantage of the occasion I also have stuck the hook of tow in the back of the frame. 275. 276. Finally, in the series of photographies 277 to the 280, you can see that I have already stuck the body to the frame. Now it is that the Willys already seem a car. It is the moment that I hoped. Now I see the LIGHT at the end of the tunnel! 277. 278. 279. 280. Thanks to all for your encouragements, they have really helped me to arrive up to here. Greetings and, I hope, until soon.