I wasn't around in 1962 so I missed a lot of the kool aftermarket stores. I'm not from a car family so I wasn't exposed to the parts stores. I started attending car shows in 1981 and it was Gary Glasgow that introduced me to the after market kustom parts. Wow, what a kool place to shop. I wish I could tell you how many chrome bullets I had bought over the years. I didn't have a lot of extra money to spend but I could always afford more bullets. It was one of the highlights of going to a KKOA show. Years later I found out that hardware stores had the koolest drawer pulls for grills hubcaps etc., . I'm surprised Gary didn't sell them. Lol! Here is a kool article "Easy Bolt on Customizing" from Popular Customs spring 1963 issue. It is amazing how many custom parts from this era is still around. Kool to go to a swap meet and find some of these parts in the original package.