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Old 07-14-2004, 10:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The body molding along the bottom looks like it's been in the rain for eons. What can I use to refinish it? I was also thinking of changing the color to match the car (gold). Any comments or suggestions are always appreciated.
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Use the thing were you put degreaser on the sides then wipe off the grey, there's color coat underneath the sideskirts. I don't have any of the good links, somebody will come along soon and post one
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you can do that to reveal the paint, or use a vegetable oil and wipe it down with that. The results will surprise you.
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