How is it that the "Hot Rod" version shows the lower wood trim correctly overlapping the flared our lower door/quarter panel edge, yet the stock version show the lower edge of the trim incorrectly ending at the crease just before the flare? Were there two (or more?) different type of these aftermarket trim sets? I'm assuming (perhaps incorrectly) whoever designed the extra wood trim pieces for this reissue based them on an Engineered Enterprises trim kit, but it seems odd the custom version drawing would show the correct trim, while the stock versions, and the kit's parts, are close but not quite correct.
There was only one 2-door Fleetline Aerosedan offered in 1947, and according to my research, it included the three lines of exterior trim (included as metal transfers in the previous issue) as well as the trim piece at the very bottom of the fenders/rocker panel. I guess Galaxie Ltd was sort of stuck since there could only be one version of this specific model from the start, but touting a stock version with no provision for including the stock trim seems like an odd decision.