Thanks for making me laugh. Yes it is from the driver's side with the gas filler pipe. The taillight is mounted on 3/4" plywood and covered with diamond plate- pattern yoga mat foam, and the frame is made from a '59 Chevy panel truck SS rocker panel molding. One of several pieces of auto-art.
Here is a Snoopy hood ornament that adorned my '55 Chevy "Short" for a decade. Now it is on my '36 roadster.
It's only a big deal if you make a big deal out of it.
An old DJ on the radio would talk about how he would go to a party and if he did not like the homeowner he would go into the bathroom and do an upperdecker. For those that are not familiar with this procedure an upperdecker is when you pull the top lid off the tiolet and do a number 2 in there. From then on when someone would flush you would see part of what someone left in the top. Your tail light invention will prevent possible upperdeckers the way I see it. Another reason to celebrate Tri-Fives!