Hey, gang. Looking for some advice on traditional, period-correct details to include on my survivor ‘63 Olds Cutlass. I have a plan for the hop up stuff (warming up the Buick 215 V8, suspension, etc.) but thought some subtle “character” additions would be cool. Water-slide decals on the quarter windows, license plate frame, front plate (PA only runs rear tags...), wheel/tire choice... That sort of thing. Performance oriented ’flair’... for lack of better term. Being a ‘63, the car sits at the tail end of traditional hot rods and is pre-muscle car. Sort of a ‘tweener. The car spent most of its life in upstate NY, and is now in central Pennsylvania... so anything that ties it to those two places in the ‘64-ish timeframe is especially neat. Interior will get a good cleaning and limited restoration with additions of a trio of gauges and a period tach. Exterior will be pretty much left alone except for replacement of consumables like weather stripping and window rubber. Might repaint the emblems... And Dad surprised me with a damn cool club plaque from his home town. Just looking for those finishing touches. Thanks in advance! I’m not very knowledgeable about this time period, but this car makes me want to learn. I want to keep it as authentic as possible and maintain the overall survivor character of this cool little Olds.