Beading “Dresses Up” Auto (Dec, 1937)
Beading “Dresses Up” Auto
MOTORISTS are able to accentuate the graceful lines of their autos through use of a combination of molding and beading developed by a St. Louis, Mo., firm. Use of the combination material is said to make the body appear longer and low-swung without obscuring the make of the auto.
The combination consists of a streamlined radiator grille and a series of raised molding strips which are carried back along the panels of the doors and sides of the auto, ending in a narrow, graceful sweep at the rear. Strips are obtainable in colors.