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Refinish Trunk and Hood Levers

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I got tired of the peeling finish that was wearing off the levers for opening the trunk and hood. I tried sanding it down and it still didn't look right. I took it apart and filled the scratches and indentations and primed them for paint. Matte black is the plan. e8d5bce080650db263b31115de13deb5.jpg




Paint tomorrow and will update the post.

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Not much accomplished today as I ended up having to do an alternator on my wife's car after nearly getting stranded this morning.

Remanded and primed and painted.


Also I had the seat out to deal with a power issue. So I repainted the floor as it looked like the seats had been in and out a number of times carelessly.



Also looming all of the wires, but ran out of loom. Back to the store tomorrow.

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Okay, here is the finished product. Not sure if I'm fully satisfied. I might try painting the entire unit on not just the levers.



It does look better than it did, but I really don't like the rubber coating on everything in this car as it marks up very easily.

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As you can see the seat is back in and now functional. It's missing the trim. Will order it. Also found a bolt stuck in the seat rail which was stopping the seat from moving properly. And I made about 8 bucks in change falling out of the seat.

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