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Old 01-03-2006, 02:40 PM   #1
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Buying a 95 5.7 LT1 Buick Roadmaster Wagon(Caprice Classic w/Buick emblems) and it has that fake "woody" crap on it. Just wondering if anyone knows how to take it off without sanding the car? Any info or suggestions would be appreciated.
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The adhesive is brutal. Nice wagon, btw. I had a 94 sedan. That car would move with that LT1, despite the weight and freeway gearing.
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It'* got the towing package with the higher gear. Not sure what size gear but the tires break lose very easily. I'm dreading the glue. Hoping someone know'* a trick to it.
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My Dad has had his 95 Roadmaster LT1 Estate Wagon for many years, and he has been heartbroken that his simulated woodgrain wallpaper decal is peeling. lol. So if you peel it off intact, then contact me and maybe I'll buy them from you and be able to help him restore his ride. Thanks.
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mabe heat gun?
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look at the dates before you post please, im sure he has moved on in 8 yrs
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