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Old 12-02-2006, 05:49 PM
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Alexander I am working on my 59 Bird and the Hub Caps have black paint strips on them I am thinking about redoing them but instead of trying to repaint my company can cut vinyl to put over the paint my question were the High Gloss or Low Gloss
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These decals are already being produced. See: http://www.tbirdranch.com/decals.html

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Hi,
I have used these restoration decals on my hubcaps on my old Sunroof car and they did a great job.
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Low gloss, and more probably satin.

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