Joined 7 years ago from Wilkesboro, NC
I was born a Yankee, but who I am today is a result of fine Southern living. I grew up loving cars, and anything that was big and loud. I have had an affinity for Cadillac's since the age of 5 when I had my 1st ride in a baby blue 1966 Cadillac convertible. It grew from there and my 1st few cars were all... Cadillac's of course. I was also fond of mid 60s full size Ford and Lincoln cars. My dream ride is a 66 Ford Galaxie in Wimbledon White, with red vinyl buckets inside, and a 428 under the hood. One day I'll get there but for now I will settle for my 65 hardtop. Most of my posting will be on repairs, buying/selling, or restoration tips. I look forward to my hub experience!
7 years ago
This is a quick and easy how-to guide on how to refinish old and dull chrome and stainless steel trim. A simple and time tested "old school," methodology to making your old or new car really shine.
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