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Old 04-12-2004, 04:08 PM
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Custom Grill Molding

I am restoring a 1938 Hudson Terraplane and I want add the stainless steel/chrome molding that runs across the front grill louvers. There are 21 on each side so 42 in all. Does anyone know of a person who would be able to make these for me ? The car sucks with out them.. Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi Cole,
I may be able to help, but I would need one for a pattern. I'm assuming they are all alike??

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Old 04-13-2004, 12:35 PM
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Randy, thanks for the reply! Yes they are all the same as far as shape and ends go, but they get longer as you move up the grill. The cut on one end of each piece is straight and hidden behind a nose piece on the front of the grill. The other end is what I think is cut at a 45 so when all the pieces are attached it makes a nice "V" shape. They also have a very, very slight curve to them. I can send an original piece of the stainless steel molding and all the required lengths for your review. If needed I might be able to send the grill, but it's a pretty big piece because it's built into the front assy.
What do you think ?
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