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Hello Everyone -

So I wanted to customize my ride on the inexpensive side, so I decided to remove the chrome side molding,(which was easy, just needed a heat gun, bug&tar remover from turtle wax and a buffer) so I moved the emblem up and add 345 for how many cubic inches my engine is. I have attached a picture from last year and one from yesterday so you can see the difference. I really like the cleaner look.

I know my mirror is missing, I finally found one and it will be here in a couple of days :) ( FYI 12 prong mirrors are a pain in the arse to find). Also the rims are going back on in a week once the weather gets a little warmer.

Jeff
 

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Great job, removing the molding was one of the best things I did :)

I need to put the Hem crest back on though...
 

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Great job, removing the molding was one of the best things I did :)

I need to put the Hem crest back on though...
Thank you. I agree our cars look so much smoother and stylish with them off. Attached are updated pics with the rims and molding removed.
 

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Looks great =)
 
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Molding provides you with added protection against bumps and what not so if you prefer the look of your car with them than more power to you ;).

To each his own, that's the beauty of modding.
 
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