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Chrysler letters

Old 08-20-2008, 07:26 PM
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Hi everyone, I'm Hlynur and I'm new here.
Last sunday I just bought a Chrysler LHS, 1996. Amazing car, like most
other american luxary cars. But one thing bothers my. On the driver's
door it's supposed to stand "CHRYSLER" but their are no letters. Somebody
took them or they just fell off. The letters are still remaining on the
passanger side. Do you guys think of any place I can get these letters and
send them to Iceland?

Best Regards, Hlynur
Old 09-16-2008, 04:31 PM
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You can buy them from a Chrysler dealer if you have one in Iceland. They come stuck to a piece of paper. You just clean the surface really well (removing all wax) press the paper in place, then peel the paper off leaving the letters behind. There is at least one Chrysler dealer who sells parts on eBay (airparkcjd) and he might be willing to sell you the part.
Old 04-29-2012, 08:32 PM
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Another option is (if you have a wrecking yard you can go into there in Iceland) on a warm day take some clear tape and press it very firmly onto the letters and then using an egg spatula or plastic putty knife, slide it under the letters and lift them all off the donor car door at once - do this on both sides to get the same style letters. I did this on a Dodge Stratus (both doors and trunk lid) that had been repainted and de-lettered. Looked like the replacement letters were put on at the factory.


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