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Old 03-17-2010, 03:20 AM   #1
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Default new here need body trim

im sure im not the first one just point me in the right direction my body molding/trim is rusted and wavey want to replace or any other options
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Old 03-17-2010, 04:03 AM   #2
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Are you looking for all of the exterior trim? If so, be expected to pay a bit for it. Finding a set in good condition is tough, but if I was looking I'd search eBay, check the "Parts for Sale" section in this forum, post a thread in the "Parts Wanted", and check any local salvage yards
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shops won't do molding jobs for this exact reason? This actually concerns me as my trim/molding is also rusted and flaking off... every time I wash her, the molding catches pieces of cloth from my towel while I dry her. I was hoping to shop around and find one of the many auto body shops around Vegas and have my trim/molding fixed up someday... Got the idea at SEMA when I saw some window tinting vendors with trim/molding from the rear hatch of a late 80s RX7 in pristine condition.
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u guys should do your own trim dont bring it to a shop its sooooo easy...
all of it clips on except the doors have 1 bolt each and the back wrap arounds have 2 i think...
hrdest part is the very back (thankfully it never gets ruined) under the plates...

if i didnt just total my supraand half of my trim i would send u guys it for free...
just make sure to keep all your old trim for the plastic clips u can reuse all the old trims clips the new stuff WILL HAVE BUSTED CLIPS!!!
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Default decision on molding

im going to just remove them my father in law restores cars. he is going to fill in where the moldings were originally. any input is very appreciated.
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i always thought it would look totally sexy without the trim...
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