Military HMMWV'* have kevlar body panels. You don't want 'em. Rather than banging a dent out of a piece of metal, they shatter like fiberglass (since they are kinda the same thing)
Just because Kevlar is "bulletproof", doesn't mean it can't be damaged. It just "spreads" the damage in order to reduse the energy at a prticular point.
In order for kevlar to make a bulletproof, relatively damage resistant body panel, it would need to be at leadt 3/4 of an inch thick, like a kevlar helmet. head to your local surplus store and see how much one of them puupies weighs... (4.6 pounds, FYI)
1998 SE Midnight Blue Pearl
Gutted airbox, FRAM AirHog, removed MAF Screen, eBay clear corners, extended brake lights
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