Yep Jim, the Drivers had a tall seat that looked like they were standing - Made getting out repeatedly easier. When I was a kid we were towards the end of the Milk Route and in the Summers we'd get crushed Ice from the Milk Men. By the late 60's they had changed to the "Ice Bars" that were in the Trucks when I worked at the Dairy. Too bad about not being able to build a more detailed Truck. I wonder if you couldn't have the Body Vacuum formed a few times to create a whole wrinkle free body from the good parts and go from there?
If you wanted to do some fab work, a pair of Detail Master DM 2390 Electric Radiator Fan Photoetch Kits could be turned into a convincing Fan and leave you with some interesting little bits for the parts bin.
Mark, I like it. Looks like you caught most of the period Bumper stickers and the Van Graphics are great. 'Bout the only commons missing are the Greatful Dead's Skull with Rose and I Break for Hallucinations.
I wouldn't apply to Paint Ton, as it's already Pressurized. But Bags of Chips and such at Altitude do make for interesting experiences. Try grabbing it on each side of the seal and pull quickly! Just be sure to point it a direction you'd feed ok pointing a loaded gun because sometime the result is ........ interesting.
Sent a Camera and Lens into Nikon for Repair. They received them last Monday (USPS Priority delivery conformation) and I've been "chatting"with a Rep since last Wed. Today I get a message from the Rep "Still Looking and since you sent it USPS it could take 1 week or two for us to get it", and time stamped 2 minutes later a message with the repair quote for the Lens, and still the sound of Crickets still about the Camera. Tomorrow if still no word about the Camera I think it's 'bout time I start Giving Ulcers! There are times I enjoy giving Ulcers and it's been a while since I last had a chance to...........