I went to Hershey on Thursday and got lots of nice goodies. I left the house at 4, and got there by 7. I walked around for about 10 hours before heading home. The best acquisition was a set of specially-made reproduction running board trim strips. And they were a gift! I also got a new headlight bar, which was less expensive than I expected. I spent years pondering how the existing bar got bent into such a funny shape, and how I could successfully straighten it out again. Now I don’t have to worry about that any more. I also found a nice front splash shield, for a very reasonable price. The existing one is quite beat up, with lots of dents and several cracks that had been crudely welded up. A very unusual find was a pair of inner rear fender skirts. These are usually the first part of a fender to rust out, but the ones I got had been carefully removed from their fenders and were in excellent shape. Finally, I got a slightly used set of repro engine pans for about 1/4 the price of a new set. These last three items were not on my shopping list, but when I saw them, I knew I had to get them. I was very close to buying yet another front fender, but I resisted the temptation. I have enough already.