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A few of you know I have been talking about doing this for some time now. Well, finally got time to finish the project so I thought I would share.

Many moons ago I bought a dilapidated CHEVROLET emblem, all the tabs were broken off and it was in very poor condition and could not be saved. First thought about just making it a smoothie, then I thought about doing something really special.

I dremeled out the letters, painted it to color match the UV and then on to figuring out how to light it. First thought was to use epoxy to fill in the letters so they would be flush with the emblem. I tried several colors and methods but there were more cons than pros with this method. I finally decided on using white translucent plastic mounted behind the emblem. This worked out great and is what you see here. I have it wired to my engine lighting wires that are remote controlled for off and on and some flashing options.

Now, on to the next project ...........

UPDATE - A few people expressed interest in having this project done to their truck too. I have decided to do a few, contact me for current cost (color match paint, colored led and fabrication with ALL factory mounting tabs kept in place). Post 33 on page 2 shows the same mod on a silver truck with green LED backlighting and a few more examples on that page as well.

Please note that the emblem must be painted. When the letters are cut it reveals the plastic, and the copper and nickel metal coatings. If you do not properly coat and seal these exposed areas you will get corrosion, peeling and lifting. For that reason, although I can modify a chrome emblem, the end result must be painted in some color of your choosing. Painting will be done in quality automotive 2 stage paint process.
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A few of you know I have been talking about doing this for some time now. Well, finally got time to finish the project so I thought I would share.

Many moons ago I bought a dilapidated CHEVROLET emblem, all the tabs were broken off and it was in very poor condition and could not be saved. First thought about just making it a smoothie, then I thought about doing something really special.

I dremeled out the letters, painted it to color match the UV and then on to figuring out how to light it. First thought was to use epoxy to fill in the letters so they would be flush with the emblem. I tried several colors and methods but there were more cons than pros with this method. I finally decided on using white translucent plastic mounted behind the emblem. This worked out great and is what you see here. I have it wired to my engine lighting wires that are remote controlled for off and on and some flashing options. I could save all the OEM tabs except for the middle one, but I made a new one out of aluminum and it should work fine.

Now, on to the next similar project ...........

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Alex aka Largossr05 did that same thing about a month ago.

Looks really nice.

Dremeled out letters and put LED behind and enclosed so just the letters light up.

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Alex aka Largossr05 did that same thing about a month ago.
I've been talking about it for over a year now, closer to 2. Too many other pokers in the fire slowed progress.

Another area that slowed me down was I wanted a nice smooth glow for the letter effect. I tried various LED types and methods of installation and finally came up with an LED strip with a diffuser/deflector material on the back side of it that evens out the light.

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That is super sharp.

I have a "junk" one with no tabs. Did you epoxy in the new studs?
To make the new tabs I used some aluminum strips and made it similar to the factory style tabs but made more surface area to make it hold better. Also used aluminum tabs to reinforce the 2 reused tabs to add more surface area and better holding ability. How they expected 6 areas of thin 1/16 or less thickness in plastic to hold it is beyond me. If you don't lift the hood by it it will last but not doing so is impossible for people that don't know about the issue. It's too convenient of a position.

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I added a few to the first post but the problem is that the camera is not that great and the glow from the LED makes a halo instead of showing off the nice glow with sharpness. Have to see in person, maybe someone with a better cam can take a picture of it at a meeting in the future.
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I added a few to the first post but the problem is that the camera is not that great and the glow from the LED makes a halo instead of showing off the nice glow with sharpness. Have to see in person, maybe someone with a better cam can take a picture of it at a meeting in the future.
That is beautiful !!

That would be great wall art/sign for the garage... just a thought
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That would be great wall art/sign for the garage... just a thought
That is a very cool idea!!! No worries about tabs or the backside, a walnut enclosure with an LED backlit plate below the emblem with your truck info would be cool, hmmmmmmm


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Just approximations....... the problem is that I would take a few steps forward. Stop, try a few different things, move forward, stop, try a few other things, etc.... Now that a procedure is established it would go more smoothly but, I did this on a broken tab item and not one complete. I know the 2 end parts would work fine, I am just not sure about the middle one. It might or might not work with the existing middle tab, either I would need to modify the center tab or make a new one like I did on my truck.

1. Cutting out the letters doesn't take long. Maybe 1 hour since being slow and careful.
2, Prep and painting of the emblem took the longest since I had to do it twice due to an issue. 2 Days
3. Cut and shape plexiglass to fit properly, 2 hours
4. Install the LEDs and diffuser 3 hours


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The first one always takes a long time, as it's a learn as you go, but I'm sure he'll be able to do ours much faster.
Well, ping me in a few month or two, maybe .....

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Alex aka Largossr05 did that same thing about a month ago.

Looks really nice.

Dremeled out letters and put LED behind and enclosed so just the letters light up.

Dicktator

Picture taken by Alex with his phone, doesn't show as well as real life.
I used a dremel tool to cut out most all the plastic from the text CHEVROLET. The exception being the O in CHEVROLET. I then used a flat file to smooth out the edges left by the dremel tool.

I purchase a set of two led bright white battery operated like kit using only the lights and the wire provided in the kit. Toggle switch and wire extra runs to the fuse box on a separate fuse.

Problem having only two clips is the light shines through the top of the CHEVROLET emblem so the soft half of a Velcro is used to dampen out the light from the top.

I don't run 24/7 with this light attached to the hood but use it more for shows as it's easy on/off hardware wise with only the power wires to the lights on very small male/female connectors under the right front of the CHEVROLET badge.

The glass is nothing more then the plastic used in kitchens and bathrooms cut to fit and glued on.

Just FYI.
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I used a dremel tool to cut out most all the plastic from the text CHEVROLET. The exception being the O in CHEVROLET. I then used a flat file to smooth out the edges left by the dremel tool.

I purchase a set of two led bright white battery operated like kit using only the lights and the wire provided in the kit. Toggle switch and wire extra runs to the fuse box on a separate fuse.

Problem having only two clips is the light shines through the top of the CHEVROLET emblem so the soft half of a Velcro is used to dampen out the light from the top.

I don't run 24/7 with this light attached to the hood but use it more for shows as it's easy on/off hardware wise with only the power wires to the lights on very small male/female connectors under the right front of the CHEVROLET badge.

The glass is nothing more then the plastic used in kitchens and bathrooms cut to fit and glued on.

Just FYI.
Nice job Alex!!
Looks great! You & Mike were thinking along the same lines…great minds think alike!


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I used a dremel tool to cut out most all the plastic from the text CHEVROLET. The exception being the O in CHEVROLET. I then used a flat file to smooth out the edges left by the dremel tool.

I purchase a set of two led bright white battery operated like kit using only the lights and the wire provided in the kit. Toggle switch and wire extra runs to the fuse box on a separate fuse.

Problem having only two clips is the light shines through the top of the CHEVROLET emblem so the soft half of a Velcro is used to dampen out the light from the top.

I don't run 24/7 with this light attached to the hood but use it more for shows as it's easy on/off hardware wise with only the power wires to the lights on very small male/female connectors under the right front of the CHEVROLET badge.

The glass is nothing more then the plastic used in kitchens and bathrooms cut to fit and glued on.

Just FYI.
Yeah, I kept all 3 clips, the more the better, would be much easier without the middle one but I do not trust it that way. The use of a diffuser covers all the backside so no worries about light escaping. I did install a thin rubber trim part between the emblem and body to keep out water but I am using a waterproof LED strip so it isn't really an issue, just something to increase longevity. Thought about the clear plastic idea but wanted it to show color during the daytime as well, that is why I choose white. I went through all the same things you did in experimenting and choosing different things to do. One of the reasons it took so long, I got picky. The initial translucent colored epoxy idea would have been interesting but I could not get it to work correctly all the time. Maybe my chemicals were a little old, I might still try it again in the future. Of course that means it would be more permanent and not sure if I want that. My current design allows me to make changes to color and look.

Same idea, 2 different approaches, lots of great minds with cool ideas

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