<VV> [SCG] Engine Size Emblem Removal on Rear Deck Lid

Frank DuVal corvairduval at cox.net
Mon Jul 29 22:32:07 EDT 2013

We used urethane instead of silicone in the collision shop. The stuff 
used to hold modern windshields in place.

We also used lots of 3M trim tape, since most modern emblems are held on 
with double sided tape. What will drive one crazy (especially if one 
cannot charge for the time to do it) is removing the old tape to reuse 
an emblem, or cut the tape like on the back of a script emblem. AArrrgggg.

I have never seen automotive goop, but I will look for it.

Frank DuVal

On 7/29/2013 9:53 AM, Rick Norris wrote:
> If you want to glue anything on use Automotive Goop, available anywhere. I
> use it a lot. Works better than standard silicone.
> Rick Norris
> 1st CORSA President, 1971
> www.corvairalley.com
> Hurricane WV
> You could just glue them on with silicone.
> Bill Hubbell
> On Jul 29, 2013, at 9:10 AM, Bryan Blackwell <bryan at skiblack.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the description of how it goes together.  I'm about to put ours
> back on, but it seems those clips can dig away the paint and cause rust.  Is
> there a better fastener to use?

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