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Hello all,
I have a question for you about my 1968 GTO nose piece. I'm currently doing the body work on the car for a restoration project. I started to look at the nose piece and noticed that the person before must have taken a chainsaw to it!! The nose is rubber, do they make a "rubber filler"? Also whats the best way to take paint off it? I basically need general info on how to do body work on that nose piece.
Thanks in advance,
Josh
 

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yo ho ho and a bottle of ... well, i am a pontiac people of sorts. all i know is that your nose was rubber but i got nooooo stinkin idea what to do about it other than buy a new one. sorry bye! HEY, WHAT IN THE HELL AM I DOIN BACK ON THE OLD BOARD????? GOTTA GO!!!!

AND WHERE'S MY FREAKIN AVATAR??? OH **** I'M IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE!!!!

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Hey pontiac person. Your paint supply store should have several brands of filler for rubber and plastig panals. I`ve always sanded them the same as any other part.

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conv. Was parked in 72,needs restored.# match
455 eng. 400 trans.been stored inside.
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