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If you’re restoring a 1960 Chevrolet, a complete car is a great place to start. Owning a car with a complete set of side moldings is a real plus. In the ’60s, General Motors transitioned many of the Chevy moldings from stainless steel to aluminum. The 1960 model Chevys marked the beginning of the use of aluminum side trim, and by 1961, all side trim was aluminum. The 1960 side molding “arrows” were distinctive, and if they’re missing on your car, they will not be easy to find. And the special clips required to mount the “arrows” are even more