It seems I have about 50 foot of aluminum trim on my Polara unique to 68. Good news is the top fender trim is mostly straight with the exception of the right front fender and the rear curved tail trim. But it has years of scratches ( no pitting)from what it think was dad's Montana sized Cowboy belt buckle leaning over the hood. Fender cover what's a fender cover?.... Anyway most used trim out there seems to be in bad shape as well and NOS doesn't seem to exist. From what I understand to even work the kinks and dents out of the pieces they should be de-anodized. Then the dilemma. If one piece is de-anodized then it will not match the others. So it seems that ; A. I wait for a miracle piece or two to show up somewhere B. I try to take the dents out as best I can and clean them up C. De-anodize them all. Straighten them sand out the scratches, polish and then clear coat. Then there is the sill trim ..... Any advice out there?