Actually Lee it is for the Rumble seat handle. My Dad owned a '36 ford coupe back in the day and the rear deck was configured the same way. The circular pad on the tail light stem was a step to get into the rear seat. Rick H.
Peter. Thanks for stopping by I’m glad you like it just something different
Jim. You are right cars of the time had Character and were made to last and easy to work on
Andy. Thanks for stopping by and the great complement I must of done something right even Simon liked the color and paint job
John. Thanks for the complement. And you are so right about the complements
Ralph. Glad you like it and it’s one of my favorite cars even though of its short comings I think it turned out well
Arch. Thanks for stopping by the color is a automotive one called Duplicolor in a rattle can I bought it at a local parts store it’s called sonic blue
Guys I don’t know if you’ve ever built one of these old kits but you have to glue the body together the body is not one piece it comes in different pieces and you have to glue it together the tires are molded together with the wheels and hubcaps together not a easy kit to build lots of aligning to do but it’s a very fun kit if you’re into doing that stuff
The guys have summed it up rather well. The color is wonderful and if you think about, a warm summer night, parked at Look Out Point, two people in love and a rumble seat...………………...Now you know where you came from Buddy!!! Probably the same with Rick too................
Allen. I can’t believe this 50yr old kit. Came out as good as it did. It’s a multi piece body and plastic two piece tires you have to paint and no chrome.but I like the Challenge of these kits there will be more in the future I plan to build.
Now those were the days on look out point on summer nights after seeing a great movie at the Cinema.