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Old 08-21-2008, 06:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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taillight trim for a 72

Hello,

Looking for the chrome trim that goes around the taillights for a 72 four door impala. If you have the part of know of someone, please email me.

rpagan@rpautoperformance.com

Thank you

-RP

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The trim that you are speaking of dose not come off it is on most off 72 Impala custom and some Caprice models it don't mater if it is 2door or 4door I had a 72 Custom that had them then I bought some off e-bay and they had no trim on them as mine was cracked so I tried to pull the trim off but it was very hard and I bent most of it trying.

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The trim that you are speaking of dose not come off it is on most off 72 Impala custom and some Caprice models it don't mater if it is 2door or 4door I had a 72 Custom that had them then I bought some off e-bay and they had no trim on them as mine was cracked so I tried to pull the trim off but it was very hard and I bent most of it trying.

That's why people use heat gun's as to avoid breaking trim like that.

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That's why people use heat gun's as to avoid breaking trim like that.
I know I used a heat gun but it still would not budge only got 3 of the trim rings off without bending them.

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