Thanks David. I'm going stock, but not over dressed. I pretty much leave the continental kits at the door around 1960. They look "right" prior to that, but I think they look out of place on basically anything without fins. Kind of the same thing with cruiser skirts. Plus that's a little more "custom" than I want to go. I was contemplating The stainless skirts & bumper guards mostly because they were very popular "stock" options.
Honestly Bill, I'm not really nuts about the look of the stainless skirts either. I just thought it might separate it a little from all of the other '62 Fords.
I am still leaning that way Richard. Sometimes you have to go against the grain a little & be different. I agree under some circumstances Kevin. But there are a lot of cars that look just "wrong" without them. A lot of cars had them integrated right into the body design. Picture almost any '60s Cadillac without them.
Thanks John. I'm thinking the '57 dagmars are probably way too big. By the time I whittled them down to size, I could probably scratch make one & resin cast it. Problem is, I'd have to do 2. Front & rear. Most likely I'll just skip the bumper guards. They're not that important to me & would probably be a lot of work.