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Username Post: Dash Trim Question        (Topic#331814)
drdan 
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drdan
Age: 72
Loc: Bakersville, NC
Reg: 07-26-15
01-03-16 11:19 AM - Post#2599688    

My great aunt and uncle had my grandad's 46 for a while and painted the dash with black paint and the trim with silver. I have been able to remove the paint with no damage, but have a question. According to the original specs, the center panel is "chrome plated, polished and satin finished fluted" I know the upper arc is to be painted Alcona Gray, the letters Blue, but the center around the Chevy shield---is that satin finished?? or polished chrome?? And how to refurbish satin finish if that's what it is. Thanks

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1946 Fleetmaster SS


 
robhill 
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Loc: Oregon
Reg: 09-19-04
05-31-17 10:19 PM - Post#2693790    
    In response to drdan

The top part of that badge was beige-maybe some Chevy engineer called it grey.The badge i am referring to is the sliver above the long chrome rectangular"bar" that contains the word Chevrolet. I found the center part can be masked off and used a metallic silver spray Krylon that matched pretty well for satin.



1946 Chevrolet Fleetamster Town Sedan


 
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