Perkins saved this small drip mark in the paint on the inside bottom lip of the decklid. Apparently, Dearborn assembly applied more paint than was necessary in this corner and baked the drip in place. Removing the paint destroys this drip mark. Bob blended paint around this original drip. Painters can put runs and drips in the primer, but apparently they cannot bake them on to make them pop like they are factory original.