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Here are a few pictures of my S60 (I apologize for the poor quality of the pictures and the fact that the car was a bit dirty when I took the photos). <P>The car has been lowered with SAM springs (see previous posts) and most recently the black body moldings have been painted to match the rest of the car. These pictures really don't do it justice, but you'll get the idea. <P>As a side note...you'll notice in the shot of the trunk, that I've also removed a few of the badges in the rear.<P> <IMG SRC="http://www.volvospy.com/resources/photoalbum/images1001/volvos60_frontleft.jpg"> <BR> <IMG SRC="http://www.volvospy.com/resources/photoalbum/images1001/volvos60_front.jpg"> <BR> <IMG SRC="http://www.volvospy.com/resources/photoalbum/images1001/volvos60_left.jpg"> <BR> <IMG SRC="http://www.volvospy.com/resources/photoalbum/images1001/volvos60_rear.jpg"> <P><BR><p>[This message has been edited by ch7656 (edited 08-05-2001).]
 

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ch7657,<P>Your car looks really great now! I think that the matching went well.<P>-Drew<p>[This message has been edited by InDy (edited 07-08-2001).]
 

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looks great, but how's it holding up? did the paint shop sand the moldings smooth before painting them?<P>are the rear deck lid badges simply attached with adhesive, or, are they the type that snap into pre-drilled holes?
 

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Yes sanded the moldings smooth prior to paint...and they're holding up better then the factory paint!<P>As to the rear badges...they're just taped on. I would recommend a hair-dryer to get things nice and hot then slip some fishing line or dental floss behind the emblem to break the seal. Use some goo-gone (or similiar) to get any residual adhesive off.<P>
 
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