I found a couple accessories for my old cars, including this new in the box compass which is destined to go into the 1964 Park Lane convertible.
I haven't decided where I'll mount it yet, but it will look great when that car is done.
I also found this set of red reflectors which are used instead of flares when your car is broken down.
(I hope I never need to use them, but they were only $2 and I think they're a great accessory for my 1963 Comet stationwagon).
It turned out pretty well and should last another 50 years. UPDATE: And check this out, I was just going through a 1964 Mercury accessories brochure I also found at Hershey, and on this page, you can see the SAME set of reflectors!!!
I picked up this nice AAA First Aid Kit for $5 at my favorite local flea market. I'll keep the old contents for display, and this will get some fresh first aid items.
I really like old tin lithographs over the plastic stuff we have now. The tin first aid box is small enough to fit in a glove box or under a seat. It's a little detail, but I get a big kick out of having period-correct accessories in my old cars.
That's all for now, I need to get back to my basement floor project. Have a great week!