64 Belvedere Frame Color
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64 Belvedere Frame Color




I am cleaning up the engine bay of my 64 Belvedere and understand what should be body color and black except for the frame.

What color of paint or primer should the frame be that can be see below the shock towers and inner fender sheet metal?  I've read that from the factory the frame was just in primer but was that the frame that can be seen in the engine compartment?

This is not a restoration,  just a driver but when the hood is open it would be nice if I am close to what it should look like.

Thanks
Dennis C.

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