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Chevrolet's emblem got some added bling in 2013, 100 years after it was created by William C. Durant in 1913, thanks to a thermoformed film and inmold decoration according to Automotive/Mobility Editor Stephen Moore. Past bowties were made from a vacuum metalized translucent acrylic.
March 1, 2013
. Past bowties were made from a vacuum metalized translucent acrylic. A representative of the part's molder, Elmo Technologies, told Stephen that similar IMD technology has already been used in body side moldings, rocker panels, chin spoilers, and even composite roof panels.
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