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Old 22 Nov 2007, 01:25 am
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Unhappy 1999 ACURA 1.6 EL: Window Trim Chipping??

Hey guys,
yes. n00b here... or whatever you kids call new people these days.
lol

yeah, so straight to the point...
has anyone had this problem where their trim was basically chipping, and the metal/chrome, underneath part, was starting to show??
Im trying to figure out how to fix it, or where to find replacements, cause its, well, really, really ugly.

Any help is appreciated,
oh and let the ridiculing begin.
lol
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