1972 innocenti T 1000

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A few more jobs done, thanks to Andrew for the rear Girling estate shocks, cleaned up well.
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A finally the pedal box overhauled with the original felt pad installed
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colonel mustard wrote: Sat Jan 08, 2022 5:30 pm
After trying a couple of paints I found that led an paint used on radio controlled cars was just the ticked, as this has to be used on the inside of the plastic moulded shell so the colours are correct when looking on the outside.
What brand of paint did you use because that finish is excellent?
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Thanks Stu
It was The ultimate chrome, I could only get it for America as all uk distributors had no stock, and still have not!

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Thanks for the info. I might give it a go on my Mk3 Inno bonnet badge.
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Nice bit of progress, great work on those lights!
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