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Any good body filler will work.
I’ll see if my uncle can send me a pic of his car, it has 2 pieces but nothing on the trunk lip that would make it “complete”.
Looks like the quarter panel trim on the rear, over the tail light on a 70’ RR.
Buy whatever wheels you need that fit your arbor, rouge choice is up to you also.
Mine is a 6 inch 3450rpm. I can grab it and stall it if need be.
AMD make a quarter for 64’s, but that would be a pricey patch panel.
I found this panel on CL for $25, text my cousin about since he’s the one that is looking for it. He buys it and brings it to me to re-do it. So...
I can do the trim, bumper would need to be sent off to a company that can chrome it.
Thanks for the compliment.Whenever your ready, give me a holler.
No. I don’t have the ability to have the brite dipped/anodized like the factory did. They are stripped and polished. I do leave the brite...
This is the only one I took. Here, the paint is gone and I’m sanding it after I fixed a few boo boo’s.[ATTACH]
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Thanks KK! I was having a hell of a time trying to remember his name.
Are you sure a Polara 500 would have a “B” pillar?
Get some stainless staples that are the right size and use them. I did that, worked flawlessly!
Post up some pics of what you have.
Knock the dents out, the rib can be flattened back out and a little bit of body filler, prime and paint.
Post a pic, it might be able to be fixed.
No grille from the factory EVER had any primer on it. So this is what I do when redoing a grille. It’s stripped down to the aluminum, meaning the...
As stated, get the dings out and sand up to 3k! When polishing trim, ALWAYS tape a piece of wood to the trim, this allows you keep better control...