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09-23-2007 06:19 AM
Chevrolet4x4s I brushed the paint on the stipe on my wheel arch trim but I cant remember if I used testors or sprayed out some spray paint and dipped the brush in that.
09-22-2007 10:12 PM
charger528 I used to have a e100 van i used testors on all the emblems it worked very well the finish lasted for years.
09-22-2007 08:46 PM
Emblem Paint

Hi all, I have a set of "Bronco Ranger XLT" cowl emblems that need restoring, and was wondering what type of paint to use on them. They are the usual chromed pot metal with red and black painted trim.

I've heard of Testors model paint being used for this.....?
What about using Red Devil enamel.....?
Should I clear-coat after painting?

Thanks for any tips and suggestions,

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