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Old 06-17-2006, 04:19 PM   #1
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I went to the junker recently and picked up some trim for my bonneville. The trim on my bonneville is black on the outside with a black shinier black piece in the middle, this trim is black with white on the inside. I am just wondering what kind of paint i can use to paint it black.

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What kind of adhesive should i use to apply it to the car? I have gorilla glue but I am not sure if that will stand a minnesotan climate.

Here are some pictures of the car with the missing trim and the new trim





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As for glueing it, we all recommend 3M Super Weatherstrip Adhesive. (The adhesive itself is yellow.) However, Eric glued his in the exact same place like a week ago, using Permatex Contact Cement, and it apparently worked fine. See his link and pics here:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=55902

As for painting it, auto stores sell flexible bumper paint, but if you want it to match, I think you're going to have to paint all of those strips on the car.
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I used pin striping on mine... turned out really good!

I used to have chrome all the way around


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