In the last couple of years, we all have seen the HO scale die cast cars on the shelves of our local Wal-Marts and other retail outlets. They are cheap, some cases less than $3.00 USD, nicely detailed, and there is a mixture of automotive years, that would fit within any layout era. A lot of us modelers. populate our layouts with a multi-tude of LPB's. Shopping, toiling at their scale jobs, some just sitting in a park, or waiting at the station for trains they never can board. But one thing we seem to neglect is the cars. They race around our scale streets, wait at railroad crossings and intersections, with a ghostly invisible prescence behind the wheel. I know. I'm guilty of this also. Until now. Lately, I have been putting LPB's behind the steering wheel of my HO scale cars and trucks, to give a little detail that seems to be overlooked, not by everyone, but a lot of us. So, when I saw these HO scale cars at Wal-Mart, I started putting drivers in the seats. For you new modelers, or those who thought that it was more than they can handle(Come'on guys...Ive seen the pics of your kitbashes and scratchbuilds), here's how I managed to do it. With a couple of spare LPB's, a sharp Xacto knife, and a couple drops of Super Glue, in an hour or two, you just did some super detailing. Fisrt, I started with a couple of cheap cars, the Chevy pick-up and the Firebird are from Malibu, the Pacer is from Wild Cherries. These are great cause if you screw one up(like I know I do) it was only a couple of bucks.