I was in high school when I tried to copy my Land Cruiser hood by covering it with food wrap, then fiberglass and resin. I couldn't get the fiberglass to follow the contour of the hood. Now you would bag the thing and vacuum. So it might be worth a shot.
I have a friend who worked in a glass shop for a few years then designed and built TT bodies for $25- $30,000. The client got the molds and a couple sets of glass. I'll see what he has to say.
I did find a set of J10 molds, but they aren't on the West Coast.
i seen this at the Jump champ.
That would be cool. Retro. There are a bunch of Honcho. Wagoneers coming out. I think it would be worth investing my time into it.
Keep those pics coming of the Wagoneer.
Usually it's two to three times the cost of the hood because you make it at least 3 times thicker than the hood. For example if the cost of the hood is $200 times it by two or three to be in the ballpark. If you're only going to pull a couple hoods out of the mold then you can make it light Duty. If you're going to produce a lot of it then you would need to make it heavy duty.