Oldsmobile Trim Paint Helps Brings Cutlass Back to Its Former Glory
Dan Mott’s calls the restoration of his 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass a passion project. The car was purchased new by his grandmother in 1968 and has stayed in the family since her passing. After sitting in an outbuilding for many years, the Cutlass was showing signs of deterioration. That’s when Dan decided it was time for a restoration.
Dan was kind enough to share his restoration project, which is still in progress. As part of this, he is using ColorBond LVP Refinisher Oldsmobile trim paint to restore the hard plastic interior trim pieces. Dan said he learned about ColorBond through the shop that reupholstered his seats. So, far he used the paint to refinish the console, armrests and seat backs and is very happy with the results so far.
We’ll be revisiting Dan’s restoration in a “part 2” segment when it is complete.
Before restoration. Of note, check out the scratched-up seatbacks.
Seat reupholstered and seatback/side plastic trim refinished with ColorBond Oldsmobile trim paint. Beautiful and look at that seatback now!
Console and armrest painted with ColorBond
To be repainted
Great job so far, Dan!
Stay tuned for Part 2 of our story!
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