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Old 10-19-2019, 01:11 PM
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Didn't Eagle have a sticker with that information like Accubuilt did?
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Didn't Eagle have a sticker with that information like Accubuilt did?
Only tag is the rpo tag.
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Thats the trunk Bible tell you everything GM put in their part. You should be able to find the code list on line. I have the GM code book from the Caprice days just have to find it. Found this http://rpocodes.com/GM-RPO-codes/gmr...GthroughM.html
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in referencing that to the DuPont chip book nothing matches. one mor of the started life as a incomplete car things. same as looking at the body tag on your 70 car. here is what I find. there is only the one gold offered in 96 from GM. so if there was any black one your car is was the gel coat when it was shipped. it may have been gold from GM or painted in the aftermarket plant. and not even a 96 color. one thing though black is black for the top and it not water base paint.
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Daniel, Molotow Liquid Chrome markers are what you want- any other brand just looks like silver paint. Molotow is awesome though and I have used it for that EXACT purpose! You can find them at hobby shops or on ebay. It will last longer and look nicer than bare metal foil.
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Daniel, Molotow Liquid Chrome markers are what you want- any other brand just looks like silver paint. Molotow is awesome though and I have used it for that EXACT purpose! You can find them at hobby shops or on ebay. It will last longer and look nicer than bare metal foil.
Looks like they have diffrettnt widths 1mm 2mm etc. Any suggestion on the best width to use? Thanks
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I'll try sem dying mine first. I did not pay much more than that for the whole interior.
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Looks like they have diffrettnt widths 1mm 2mm etc. Any suggestion on the best width to use? Thanks
2mm is perfect.
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