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Found the "before" pictures of my Jeep on a memory card the other day and thought I would share them. She was so tiny before I sent her off to GenRight to be transformed into "Brown Betty". I still have the seats set aside for a later project, they are soooo comfortable! Included an "after" pic taken in front of the GenRight shop in Simi Valley, CA for comparison. No idea what the hood decal was about.
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She has come along way. Doesn't even seem possible its the same one.
Awesome transformation!
Awwww toddler pics, lol.

They grow up so fast.
It's so cute Tongue

Still mostly stock, right?
(12-03-2015 04:43 PM)Miller88 Wrote: [ -> ]It's so cute Tongue

Still mostly stock, right?

Yeah, you have to look really close!
It was an apex edition, I think it only gave you those badass tan seats. Good choice in keeping those, they aren't all that common.
(12-05-2015 05:35 AM)Pat_R Wrote: [ -> ]It was an apex edition, I think it only gave you those badass tan seats. Good choice in keeping those, they aren't all that common.

They're pretty sweet, odd color but super soft and comfortable!
How long did GenRight have it to do all the work?
(12-08-2015 03:26 PM)Dmiller Wrote: [ -> ]How long did GenRight have it to do all the work?

I think it was around eight or nine weeks there and five days each way in transit although it felt like about a year! Eventually I'll post up the build pictures, they sent a bunch every three or four days during the build.
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