The artist signed his sculpture.
Owned by Paul Emple, the Isotta Frashini owner, and he replied to a question about driving pleasure that this Minerva is the least pleasant to drive. I believe he referred to the lack of ps / pb.
This sheet of instructions was pulled out from under the seat when the Judge came over to function test the headlights. I find it poignant that vehicles have evolved so far from the simple origins that, while knowing how to operate most modern cars, how to do a simple operation of head lights isn't intuitive.
Some photos are borrowed from my girlfriend Tere, her website: http://justacargal.blogspot.com/2009/01/la-jolla-motor-car-classic-mind-blowing.html
Minerva is one of the few Belgian marques, and this appears to be the 1 of 7 known to exist of the 50 made in 1930... and this is the only known Cabriolet AL model. http://www.conceptcarz.com/vehicle/z13370/Minerva-AL.aspx