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For restorers who want to go the extra detailing mile, this undercarriage inspection marking kit is available through AMC. It includes the various paints, brushes and stamps needed to duplicate the assembly line inspection marks that the factory used when checking torque figures and other specifications. Detailed instructions show which marks (and colors) go where. Here we see the spindle markings going on (these would have originally indicated that the spindle assemblies were complete and the ball joints torqued) and a yellow dab of paint being applied to the end of the lower ball joint.