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Posted By: John Kuvakas
Posted On: Thursday December 6, 2018 at 8:17 AM
Great work, David. Try this on the chrome...
Using a slightly damp cotton cloth, rub the chrome pieces until they begin to shine again. I use a dampened cotton swab to get to the tough places. It works and you don't have to replate the shiny bits and pieces.

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Pics: Progress on Thunderbird Restoration: Repair of Left A Pillar by David Knight #24956
Great work, David. Try this on the chrome... by John Kuvakas #24956.1
Thanks, John, it works! Very simple. (EOM) by David Knight #24956.1.1
So KwikWeld can be tooled and ground like metal. A great tip. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24956.2
It’s great stuff, Mark. by David Knight #24956.2.1
Been using JB Weld, or equivlant, for decades on custom by John Quilter #24956.2.2
Good job, David! I'm impressed. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #24956.3
The first light coat of primer will reveal any defects that have to be corrected. by David Knight #24956.3.1
Thanks, David. I'll try the JB Kwik. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24956.4
Pics: A teaser: Partial assembly to be disassembled before painting by David Knight #24956.5
Excellent work David, I am looking forward to seeing your progress. (EOM) by John Merritt #24956.6
Thanks, John. I’m looking forward to seeing the progress too. by David Knight #24956.6.1
This is fun watching your progress. (EOM) by Randy Rusk #24956.7
Now for a warm enough ventilated space to spray the primer! (EOM) by David Knight #24956.7.1
I vote for Maui. by Randall Olson #24956.7.1.1

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