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This is what I have now:
Factory bezel that is on the car now: you can see pits on all 3 'layers' of chrome.
The more better replacement, it has a couple of pits on the second layer, and several on the third
So, an update. I ordered a pair of bezels from PGClassics a couple of weeks ago when they had a 20% off coupon, and got them a few days ago. On initial inspection, they look great, a few oohs and awws (so shiny). Its when you look closer that it becomes apparent that the molds are not that...
I worked mine 3 years ago, and Wild R/T is correct, the video mentioned above is certainly informative, but somewhat useless when working a conv. In addition to taking a lot of pics, I only did one side at a time, and used the intact side as a guide. And yes, everything has to come out.
I am in need of the small label that goes below the convertible top switch on my '69 GTX, mine came off, and I put it somewhere 'safe'. It looks like this:
If anyone knows where to get one, I would be greatful.
This may be a dumb question, but that never stopped me before. How does a fella know if his leaf springs are worn out enough to warrant replacement? My GTX rides fairly well and sits level. Leave well enough alone?