Wood trim -is it a decal or something else
Ok so I know this question may seem dumb to some...but looking at my grandwagoneer the outside woodtrim just seems to be a decal. Did this jeep one time have real trim or were all jeeps created this way. Is it the lower grade model?
Not only were they all done with a decal, there are still wood grain vinyl kits you can get your hands on if it needs replaced at any time.
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"Anything that is complex is not useful and anything that is useful is simple. This has been my whole life's motto." –Mikhail Kalashnikov
“And note that it behooves a good Workman to hammer his Work as true as he can; for one quarter of an hour spent at the forge, may save him an hours work at the vice.” Josheph Moxon “Mechanick Exercises” from the year 1703
Nick’s 1966 Wagoneer Build
You can buy new vinyl to replace what you have. BJs has a kit. http://www.bjsoffroad.com/prod-527.htm
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