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05-13-2006 11:12 AM
tbirdscott If its cracked your going to have to repace it, once it starts its done for. For painting use SEM vinyl paint, the best stuff around.
05-13-2006 08:45 AM
Painting vinyl top question

The paint on my 87 caprice brougham has been starting to get pretty faded over the last few years. Even starting to get a little bit of surface rust forming. Aside from various dings and a few dents the body isnt too bad

So I'm thinkin about giving it a decent paint job. I've never painted a whole car before but I think my caprice will be a good project.

The question I have is about the vinyl top. There is a lot of small cracks on the roof portion of the vinyl top. Do they make a product I can use to repair these cracks. Also is there a paint I can use to just paint over the existing vinyl top. I am trying to avoid removing the top, I did that on my 85 cutlass and it was a lot of work.

Tahnks for the help

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