Hey Ron, I guess it all comes back around like the old days. Once you start playing with toys, it never ceases, it just gets better and more creative. NICE STASH ! Your family knows you well... That red, hot rod coupe looks very familiar. Since I hinted around for a real life size 40 Ford Sedan Delivery to the highest power around here (and getting a big chuckle,) I knew it was probably not reality coming up. But, one could hope for a 40 Ford Sedan Delivery number 3 after 42 years? But, instead, look what was under the tree. A cool Ford F100 truck, a 55 Chevy Bel Air hardtop, and a 40 Ford Sedan Delivery. Immediately, mods ran through my mind. Chop the truck, paint it Tahitian Red and make it the custom Ford Truck from 1956 in my old Long Beach neighborhood. The sedan delivery has many possibilities. The 55 Bel Air, well, there was one that always stood out from way back then that was the envy of our whole teenage group…but that would take lots of research and work. Junji The most intriguing item was not the cars, but the clear plastic cover for the sedan delivery. So, leave it to someone to like the wrapping more so than the actual present. Back when remote control cars were the latest fad with unlimited mods, I modified several race cars and trucks. But, the paint jobs always started with clear Lexan bodies. When the paint was applied on top, it chipped at every roll over or bump into a rock. It may work, it may not, but it is there for the challenge. So, the painting, detailing design was always applied from underneath, backwards from normal painting. Writing was backward, the designs came first, then the solid paint colors next. Thin spray, thin pinstriping, thin flames withstood the bashing from hot, modified 4x4 powerful R/C racing, not thick layers of paint. That process just chipped off easily. The problem with this new, little, sedan delivery challenge would be that it is so dang small that backwards detailing may be impossible. But, who knows…it will be a very time consuming project. Maybe a simple paint and logo on the side would be the easiest. I would be able to just drop this painted body onto any fitted chassis/wheel combination for unlimited design and play time, once it is finished. Woohoo! Old paint sample styles and colors on previously clear Lexan bodies from years ago.