Back in the 60's, my grandfather had a 1959 Ford custom fordor sedan. it was his company car. His 1960 Fairlane sat comfortably in the garage.This 59 was middle of the road for a custom. It had a 292 with 2 speed fordomatic. radio delete , clock delete.manual steering manual brakes, black in color with red vynal guts.The question I have is this... This car did not have backup lights. It had a plate with a four pointed type star or something along that line in place of the backup lens. My brother and I have discussed this over the years, along with a cousin of mine .I have never seen another.This was in Louisville KY. The car belonged to the Louisville transit company.it was eventually replaced with a 64 custom 500.I loved riding in this back thing with it's wraparound windshield and tail fins. Has anyone ever seen this delete plate. Going by memory it reminded me of the end grille panel with the star like in a ford cabover c-series, or the plate on a 1957 Chevy passenger car grille guard without the rubber tips. Thanks for any response.