N.O.S. ’41 Plymouth taillights were used, and fit the fenders perfectly. The original ’32 Plymouth’s ’rails were boxed and modified by HRCC to accept the polished Heidts 9-inch IRS setup. Though Scott has changed his mind a few times on what wheels to run on the car, they’re currently painted 15-inch steel smoothies from Coker wrapped in Coker Classic Tires and topped with Plymouth ’caps. Flatline Kustoms did a portion of the body and paintwork on Moxie, as did U.S. Kustoms, who used a single-stage PPG black to get the correct effect.