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Does anyone know whether the outer "corral" that goes in the grill on the 68s is stainless steel or chrome? And either way, what should I use to get it nice and shiny? I want to get it installed soon...the grill looks so naked without it! (to me at least)

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1968 GT 390 Fastback
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The corral pieces on grille are chrome, the side pieces that are about 4 inches wide and form the "mouth" of the grille are stainless, with some paint.I usually just use steel wool to clean up the corral and center horse piece, along with some chrome polish.

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

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Your free-floating corral is chrome. Just use chrome-cleaner and use a buffer to make it shine real nice. Have fun! Late.

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Thanks for the help! Looks like a cold tomorrow will be a good day to get it done! Now if only the auto parts store carried more than one packag of 4 fasteners so I could actually put it on!...

Michelle (aka Mustang Shelly)
1968 GT 390 Fastback
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