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Restore a Muscle Car’s Stainless-Steel Trim: Just Add Water & Stir

Careless removal of trim is all too common due to an attitude of, “Well, I’m replacing everything with new anyway, Jack!”
Not so quick, Sherlock. Some investigation would encourage you to be more careful. Original moldings are not easy to obtain brand new. Plus, reproduction trim pieces might be on the thin side or not fit so well, like around corners, for a certain series of muscle car.

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