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- Posts: 26
- Joined: Fri Jan 21, 2011 6:33 am
- Bikes: 50 fl 72 shovel 45wl 90 custom softail shoveloution dirt dragger
- Location: mich
i dont know if it will help you but my uncle used a soft faced hammer some homemade hardwood blocks sandpaper and a polishing wheel anfixed every piece of stainless trim on his 57 chevy(small dents &dings mostly ) just sayin if you have the time and patienceyou can do it!!
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- Joined: Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:20 am
- Bikes: 1952 Custom swingarm panhead
- Location: Austin Tx.
I was able to get the hubcaps on my old Vette looking very nice using various shapes of wood blocks, a ballpeen hammer and a lot of finesse.. Might be worth a shot if you have the time.