Thank you, Suhaib...that brought a much needed smile to my face! On the other hand though, brother, while (as an enthusiast) I'm impatient to see how the beast turns out...I DO realise that the enormity of the task - crafting something of this sort, by hand, from scratch - is a very taxing job indeed. Which is why I try to not transfer my impatience to the rebuild team.
Allah khair karega. Sabr ka phal hamesha meetha hot hai!
I can feel that viewers are appreciating how much work it actually is to make/modify a full vehicle body by hand! Hats off to Jamil Bhai for his painstaking attention to detail and quality of work!!!
I feel that this rebuild has struck a chord within Jamil Ustaad's core, by REALLY challenging his capabilities. And the way he has risen to this challenge, is admirable, indeed.
To be honest, after the initial brainstorming / designing / finalising of the design essence...I've made hardly any contribution to the way the product is turning out, at all. It's been pretty much on auto-pilot. Other than some minor suggestions pertaining to aesthetics and/or functionality, the credit for this must go to the rebuild team...Jamil, Nikku, and Imran Ustaads.
I just wish they'd bloody hurry up! Whoops...there's that streak of impatience, again!