The start of my 1957 AMF Roadmaster Pleasure Liner

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chiller662

Look Ma, No Hands!
They do, just type in Jet pilot tank decals on fee bay and a guy out in Utah makes these decals. I bought 2 from this guy and are a dead ringer to the originals and their cheaper than you might think. Good luck.. Razin...
These are the only ones I found if you saw the other style please link it to me 1441375
 

razinhellcustomz

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I took her out for her first ride today and it drives like a dream. Two questions though what are you guys using to protect the chrome, and has anyone used bleach white on their grips to remove the yellowing if not what could I use?
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Turtle Wax Chrome polish and rust remover works well for removing rust and protecting the chrome.. I use WD-40 for the grips and even removes grease and grim from your wide whites too. Good stuff Maynard... Razin.
 

Archie Sturmer

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
For grips, I have had limited luck with the white or ivory colors. If the grips can be removed without damaging them, they can be soaked alternately in chlorine bleach or white vinegar. The vinegar helps loosen any rust but can etch the vinyl as a reducing agent. The bleach does not seem to harm poly vinyl chloride (pvc) grips yet seems to allow rust stains to bleed to the rest of the grip. Scrubbing with a tooth brush inside and out after soaking seems to help.

Some people might prefer the aged ivory looks over bright white new grips?
 
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