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    Targa bar skin

    I am restoring my 67S SWT and was wondering if anyone had some info on how to finish the surface of the targe bar skin. I believe it is stainless. Or perhaps there is a NOS one around somewhere.



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    You are correct, it is stainless, but I wouldn't know what to use on it besides metal polish and some wax. I am getting mine this summer, and wonder the same thing.

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