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Are they? Just realized it seems like I've never seen a G1 coupe or sedan with a solid color paint job....????????
 

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really? wow..its seems like i have never seen a tu-tone colored coupe..much less a sedan! Well go here, and look in teh gallery.

http://www.geocities.com/g1legend/index.html

This site was done by mythical, a member on this site.
 

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Oh yeah, forgot I have seen some like that....I guess I really have never seen one that has the body colored side moldings though..
 

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My 88 coupe came from the factory with the dark metalic grey color for 90% of the body, but the very bottom part of the car, all around was a lighter grey color. I had it painted to match the rest of the body, so I now have a true, one color Legend.
 

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For what its worth, I have a 90 LS Sedan Legend and its all black, but I think they got a paint job on it...

I am going to spend a weekend putting candy coat, (well about a billion coats of wax)


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Painting G1 Mouldings

I'm in the process of a few minor upgrades to my Legend and wanted to know if anyone had experience painting the mouldings on their ride.

I have an 88 Sedan and yes, it is champagne/gold all around. However, the 88's have the black moulding all around (like all G1's) and the top surface of the bumper covers are black. I'm don't want to mess with the bumper covers, but I'd like to look into either painting myself or getting the moulding's painted to match the car color.

Anyone tried to do this? Any luck?
 

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In the US, the coupes were all sold with the two tone. In Canada, however, they are all single tone.

csamos: As far as painting your mouldings, if you had a non-metallic color, I'd say go for it. However, metallic colors are very hard to match (especially the light metallics). A spray can would likely not match well. I would consult a body shop and see what it would cost.
 
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