True Value for NOS RS Nose

badazz81z28

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May 4, 2001
21,987
Alabama
Well the car isn't going to be sold, so having a spare nose for it is more valuable than $3000 in currency.


I see, you made it sound like either you get $3k or it’s going to the grave with you.

My nose is ready to go!
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secondgenaddict

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Dec 29, 2012
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Upstate South Carolina
FWIW all of them are fixable, 3M automix urethane repair is the only one to use, USE a wood rasp and really give it something roughed up and freshly exposed to adhere and get the best bond.
When it fits correctly USE SPIES HECKER Flexible primer (one to one) and shoot as little paint over it as possible, shoot the clear with flex agent.

There are companies which will refurb them, but they charge $1500 to rework and send yours back in flex primer.
For 69 Camaro enduras I have peeled them back off the backer bar which was rusted and then rebonded them after sandblasting and treating the metal.
 




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