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Drilling holes in good fenders


I was wondering if anyone has any advice,templates or

great ideas to install fender badges on fenders that dont have the proper holes from the factory 

the car is a 67 Parisienne badges are the Parisienne script and the v8 script 

left and right front fender

Thank Greg



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Put masking tape on area to be drilled(will help with chipping the paint), also works well for marking/laying out where to drill.

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Get som flat styrofoam, put a sheet of paper on top, tap down firmly, get badge, push down through paper and into foam and voila! A hole drilling guide. Masking tape on car once position marked, use guide, light centre pop, use small drill to start with then drill to size.



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I think he may have needed the proper position of the emblems ??

Dale @ NOS



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Probably best to get measurments and reference points from an existing car for positioning on the panel.



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65 Parisienne convertible project.



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Thanks for those tips !

measurements would be helpful

 by the way I still need a set of Parisienne badges for the right and left fenders.

thanks Greg



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