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got a set of NOS sill plates for my 68. Have never been installed but have some shelf wear on them. They are a little dull as well. How do I make these look nice and close to original?
 

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I used Autosol polish and some elbow grease on mine and they turned out great. A few years ago, I had some old ones buffed out at the local chrome shop and that helped, too. But if they're NOS you shouldn't need to go to that step.
 

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they are Old Stock and never installed but do have shelf wear. Thanks for the tip, I will try it out.
 

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Jason I used Mother's aluminum polish.
 

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I will give that a try. thanks!
 
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