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  • rexus31
    started a topic 1965 Chrysler 300 Convertible

    1965 Chrysler 300 Convertible

    Enjoy....photos are chronological.

















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  • poor white boy
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    great work nice looking car

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  • RustyBlue
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    That 300 is very glad that it found YOU!!

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  • Mush
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    WOW!:clapping:

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  • dougdaniel50
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    very very nice ,,,well worth the wait ,,,,,good for you ,,,

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  • BK
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    absolutely beautiful!

    I use to have a 65 300 convertible -- but it is now in Sweden.

    My Holy Grail is a 65 300L Convertible 4-speed.

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  • rexus31
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    Originally posted by 300rag View Post
    This looks terrific. Your stuff looks really good, so I got to ask, how did you paint the letters in the moulding on the trunk lip?
    Thanks man!

    I masked them the best I could then used acetone to remove any over spray. The paint started to peel off so I just removed it all and left it bare.

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  • rlsbee
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    Beautiful car! :clapping:

    Congratulations. Enjoy it, 'cause you deserve it!

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  • 300rag
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    This looks terrific. Your stuff looks really good, so I got to ask, how did you paint the letters in the moulding on the trunk lip?

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  • Old_Demon
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    Absolutely gorgeous! Great work and attention to detail.

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  • rexus31
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    Finished Product

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  • rl78
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    you did an incredible job on those wheel covers. thanks the tip on the rc chrome paint.

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  • rexus31
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    Step 4: I shot the back of the medallions with some flat black to give more depth in the reflection. Now it's on to the disks!





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  • rexus31
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    Thank you!

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  • hemi67s
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    They look nice! Good job on them.

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