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Today I finally decided to debadge the car. I've never liked the Cayman badge on the back and I plan to put a Porsche Letter logo in black on in it's place. I took a few pics. First a hair dryer to remove script, then a tar remover for the glue. Cutting compound by polish and finally wax.






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On 01/08/2018 at 22:12, Bushman said:

dental floss is a good way to "saw" between the letters and the body without damaging the lacquer. 


I use some of my Son's fishing line ?

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