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Powder Coating Complete and Looks Great!
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I'm happy to have these parts back and looking sharp. Next stop will be polishing all the chrome on the car when I have the time/money.

Take a guess as to how much I paid to get all this and a few other pieces powder coated???...talk about a steal!
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#2
looks good, I have a friend that does Powder coating, I want to say about $200- $250

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#3
Looks great!!
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#4
Looks good Tom. I will say 150.
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#5
...man, and I thought I got a good deal lol...I thought you guys would be saying $400+ lol...It was a little over $300 total. I'm pleased and at least it will preserve for many years to come.
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#6
Have you test fit those louvers yet? They look like the ones I have. The bottom louver does not allow the trunk to open fully. Be careful ,you will chip the paint on your trunk and/or the louvers.

I've seen another set of louvers that have the bottom louver flat against the window, which allows the trunk to open fully.

Rick Bombard
1971 Grabber Green Mach 1 351C 4V
2013 Race Red California Special Convertible
1973 Medium Copper Metallic Convertible 302 4V     SOLD
1953 F-100 project

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#7
Were any of our model rear window louvers factory?

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Jim
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#8
JimNiki;152924 Wrote:Were any of our model rear window louvers factory?

No they were not
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#9
If it makes you feel any better I think I paid around $300 to get my louvers powdercoated
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71mach351;152920 Wrote:Have you test fit those louvers yet? They look like the ones I have. The bottom louver does not allow the trunk to open fully. Be careful ,you will chip the paint on your trunk and/or the louvers.

I've seen another set of louvers that have the bottom louver flat against the window, which allows the trunk to open fully.

Ya, they fit great. I had them on the car for about four months prior to getting them powder coated. And these don't hit the trunk when it opens. They work well.
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