By David G. Firestone
The Stroh Light Thunderbird is a very simple, yet very effective design. Dark blue, a really good shade by the way, is used over the whole car. White lettering is very visible on the blue background. The Roush #6 is white with a red border. It is a great scheme, and it looks very good. Simple is better, when it comes to paint schemes.
I wonder why Martin’s driver suit is a different shade of blue than the car. Neither shade is that bad, but they do clash in the photo. I’m also marveling at the rear spoiler. It looks like a spoiler from a pro stock car in the NHRA. It’s literally horizontal. On a different note, is the lettering on the tires getting bigger? It seems so.