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No Chrome 1st & 2nd Gen Novas

I saw a thread like this in the 1st & 2nd gen area but it only got one response. So i thought i would move it here in hopes of more responses!?

Lets see some pictures of all blacked (or greyed?) out 1st & 2nd gen novas. I have seen this style more on the later gen novas but not many on the early ones.
 

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Along these lines? Not exactly sure what the term means. Like trim being black and such?





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Along these lines? Not exactly sure what the term means. Like trim being black and such?





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exactly what i'm talking about! haha sorry about the term guys. thats how i've always heard people describe it so thats what i went with. maybe i should try a new thread with a new title? "blacked out novas"?
 

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Murdered out means a black car with black trim black wheels and really dark tinted windows :D
 

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Yea, the term "murdered out" is used for all black cars. paint, wheels, windows, trim, etc. All black. Typically the taillights and headlights are blacked out as well. I used to be big in building import cars and mini trucks, and I'm slightly sad to see this fab might be following me into real cars :). I kid, it doesn't look bad on some cars and trucks. It always seem to me like it was done because the builder/owner was too cheap to buy the chrome.
 

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in my case it cost me as much to paint the rear bumper as it would have to chrome it. it went through the complete strip & rechrome process just without the chrome. the grille was a new polished billet unit that was painted. new tail light, turn & headlight bezels were painted too... cost me more to paint really than to go shiney-shiney i think...
 

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Yea, the term "murdered out" is used for all black cars. paint, wheels, windows, trim, etc. All black. Typically the taillights and headlights are blacked out as well. I used to be big in building import cars and mini trucks, and I'm slightly sad to see this fab might be following me into real cars :). I kid, it doesn't look bad on some cars and trucks. It always seem to me like it was done because the builder/owner was too cheap to buy the chrome.
believe me i will never try and steal anything from the "rice" world and bring it to true american muscle!! no offence lol. but i think when this style is done correctly (not just black but different shades of blacks and greys together) it can really make for a unique and sinister looking ride! just my opinion
 

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obviously this is not a 1st or 2nd gen but this is what i mean about mixing blacks and greys to get a very cool look without just going black
 

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Ive seen that one its very nice. I like the camaro bumper but don't really like the camaro tail lights. Nice car though.
 

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The term used to mean satin black not gloss black. Its kind of evolved:D my 64 sedan was murdered out 15 years ago before it was a fad and got lots of complements back then. I still love the look but will resist doing it again cause its kinda played out IMO
 
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