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Has anyone debadged their Intrepid yet, without messing up the paint? I'm thinking about doing it, but I think I'd like some advice or comments first. I have a 94 ES, black, with the driftwood ground effects (if ou want to call them that). I am also thinking about painting the "ground effects" black to give it a better look. Does anyone have any words of wisdom before I farm up the paint on my car? Thanks :)
 

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I only took off the "DODGE" letters off the
back. Not the emblem on the hood. I used a
pocketknife for leverage and WD-40 to rub
off the adhesive - it worked nice.
 

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I finished debadging tonight, and I used a bug and tar remover by Lifter1, it worked great just don't let the stuff dry on your car. I also used a plastic putty knife to work the adhesive loose as wel. I'm going to try and take off the side rubrails tomorrow.
 

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has anyone ever tried to remove the plastic side moldings along the sides of the first gens?
 

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does NOT look good when you do that.
 

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plus, those side moldings save your doors from dings. I pulled up in a Stratusphere meet last year and the guy next to me got out and rammed his door into mine. Thank god we have those moldings, or I would have had one helluva ding.

Personal preference, IMHO, but remember the consequences of it.
 
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