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Offline eaglefan

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Wood grain
« on: February 28, 2019, 04:21:32 PM »
OK I am new to the forum, but have had my  88 Eagle wagon since 94.  I am repainting and replacing the wood grain.  The problem is the original was so old and flaking I don't know what the finish was.  I unfortunately threw all the material away without thinking.  I have located the 3M decal material, but it comes in two finishes:  a high gloss and a more of a satin.  Which was the original finish, gloss or satin?


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