A scratch obtained during shipping, an irregularity in the anodized plating process, a ding in a hard to reach spot, a slip on the buffer wheel... There are many reasons why we label our restored trim parts as blems. We carefully examine every trim part that comes back from our restorer for the smallest of imperfections. If we would not place them on our $40,000.00 Cougar we do not expect you to. From 10-15 feet away these look as good as our premium quality restored parts, but upon closer inspection you will find irregularities. Great for that driver that is occasionally shown.
New eyebrow attaching clips with nuts available here.
New hood trim attaching clips with nuts available here.
Due to the difficulty in obtaining trim we no longer sell these without first having you send us your cores.
DID YOU KNOW? Kurt Lawrance at Kurt's Restoration & Collision (formerly KTL Restorations in Danville Virginia) reports that the correct color for the 1970 hood trim set can be obtained from RM Paint, Diamont code C2MMA878.50. The same basic color can be obtained in aerosol can form from multiple sources that market it as 67-68 Mustang / Cougar lower dash paint.