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Hello everyone, I am in the process of restoring the interior of my 65 Chevy II 4-door, and I was wondering if there is a reflective chrome paint (Spray on) that I could use to repaint the gauge cluster bezel, as mine has seen better days, but it is not cracked or broken in any way, and it also has the date my car was built stamped on it (December 12, 1964) Thank You!!
 

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Bob Meals could also refurbish it and it would look like it was new.
 

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It's hard to duplicate the vacuum-metallized process that the factory originally used by using a spray paint. If you want it to look real, have it re-chromed using the original process. There are several places out there that can do it.

 

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I painted mine on the cheap with Rustoleum chrome spray. It's okay, but minimum reflection (almost silver). Better than the original worn down bezel though.

 
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