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Emblem Installation
By Mike Bumbeck/autoMedia.com
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Degree of DifficultyModerate
Moderate
Estimated Time240 minutes
240 minutes
Photo 7 - Round files can help clean up or enlarge mounting holes.
Round Files Can Help Cean up or Enlarge Mounting Holes
Photo 8 - Since an SS 383 was never made, new mounting holes were going to have to be drilled in the fender.
New Mounting Holes Were Going to Have to be Drilled Because an SS 383 was Never Made
Photo 9 - "Freestyle" placement is another method. Apply tape to the fender. Push the emblem into the tape to make an impression. Mark the impressions with a sharp punch before drilling.
Freestyle" Placement is Another Method
Photo 10 - The black gooey sealant that goes into the back of the speed nuts is also known as dum-dum, because it's used for lots of dumb things.
Black Gooey Sealant that Goes into the Back of the Speed Nuts is also Known as Dum-Dum
Photo 11 - The dum-dum seals things up, which in this case is smart.
The Dum-Dum Seals Things Up, which in this Case is Smart
Photo 12 - The SS 383 convertible that GM never made looks as if it rolled off the assembly line in 1968.
SS 383 Convertible that GM Never Made Looks as if it Rolled Off the Assembly Line in 1968
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