Bruce Nunnally

Chrome de-trim

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The chrome trim along the edges of the fiberglass was aging poorly, but also was not needed.

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No need to replace really, just needs some clean up. The trim may actually have highlighted the wheel gap I want to decrease, so good to get it gone.

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Views of the overall Duke Roadster with the trim removed. Some residue from the adhesive still needed clean up in the photos. I found that brake cleaner took that right off.

The Uhaul in the background was from a big moving adventure to bring some furniture back from Arkansas.


Bruce

2016 Cadillac ATS-V gray/black; 2013 Cadillac ATS 2L Turbo Premium (Wife's)

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Mine doesn't have it.Not sure if it ever did.There are parts of my car that does have it and it needs replacing. Rick


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I believe that this type of edging is available for use on door edges and other areas in chrome, black, and paintable. Here's one I found in a quick web search, chrome, in rolls up to 150 feet (any multiple of 10 feet):

http://www.brandsport.com/trmg-2105-c.html

This same outfit has lots of other trim, chrome and otherwise, for repair/restoration/customization.


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