Did you ever witness the D/90 striping process at the factory? I'm wondering about the fender masking process in particular at this point.Steve
The D90 fender stripe was painted in the Chevrolet Paint Shop's in-line repair booth, using a die-cut applied mask, tape and paper, where the hood and fenders (and header, fender extensions, and front valance) were mounted on a conveyor buck in car position. The decal "tail" portion of the stripe on the door was installed on the Final Line, after the front sheet metal had been installed and fitted.
Any idea how they lined-up the door stripes ( decals ) with the painted stripes on the fenders? Steve Shauger owns a low mileage '69 L/34 SS Camaro
( original paint ) that has the most unique set of fender D/90 stripes I've ever seen. Someone must have been impaired when they installed the masks
on both fenders. Perhaps you've seen this car ar the Camaro Nationals before......
Definately one for the "no way that was factory installed" crowd.