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NOTE:Use SMC Fiberglass Repair Materials.For early model Corvettes, Chevrolet used parts called bonding strips to bond body panels together. From 1953-1972 Chevrolet created press molded bonding strips by compressing polyester fiberglass and resin between precision made inner and outer molds to produce parts of consistent thickness and with a smooth surface on both sides. Today, the bonding stripsCorvette Depotoffers are manufactured using the same method. For a "correct" restoration or repair using this fender bonding strip assures correct thickness and shape which means they will be as easy to fit and bond in place as the original. Next, this fender bonding strip is resin pigmented to the original factory color for an authentic restoration. To add another layer of authenticity to your restoration many of the bonding strips we offer have the original GM part number on the part as did the original. And because this fender bonding strip is made from original style polyester materials it can be bonded with the same type of pigmented polyester bonding putty as original to fully complete this phase of the restoration project. Did you know? Many people who are building resto-mod Corvettes (early model Corvette bodies on a late model aftermarket or Corvette chassis) are using reproduction bonding strips to add even more value to these $ six-figure machines. Plus press molded bonding strips are ideal for those who want to paint the inside body panels because they are already smooth, thus no tedious and expensive sanding and finishing is required.
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