Roy Moody’s own bodies

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Not only did Roy Moody built his racing cars from scratch, sometimes making his own motors, but he also often carved his own bodies from wood, then vacuum formed them from clear-plastic or white styrene. Here is an example of his craftsmanship, in the form of a Chaparral 2E. The other two bodies are a Lancer Ferrari 330P4 and Brabham BT24 Indy car. These well-used bodies were restored and cleaned by Robert Hackl, a friend of the LASCM.
Robert also removed the crud accumulated on Roy Moody’s surviving chassis.