I went to their website, the original owner sold, they have good reviews but also have a really bad one, too much of a crapshoot to ship and hope. Seems like a good chrome shop would be a good business opportunity.
I've used Metro to strip chrome from some parts and straighten/repair bumpers but have never had anything actually chromed by them. My experience with them has been positive but I've had to wait for 3-4 weeks just to strip parts.
There is a Nova owner from San Diego on here that has brought his parts and his car to Mexico for paint and body as well as chroming. The quality appeared to be very good and the pricing seemed very reasonable. I can't remember his username otherwise I'd post it for you but once I do I will update.
Just looking at stuff before getting started on my 1966. Does anybody reproduce the glove box cover for my 1966 SS car. I've been looking around and haven't stumbled across anything aftermarket. If it isn't reproduced what is everybody doing in terms of refurbishing the original.
I may end up needing/wanting the space the trunk torsion rods take up. Also, the stock hinge rivet on one side was a little loose, so wanted to address that also... Instead of finding new ones, etc., thought i would just modify the hinges.
My bro sent me some nice trunk gas struts, to see what...
car arrived in nice shape, except the shipper lost the mirror
its a 63 acadian beaumont, made in canada.
so i need a new mirror. the distance between the holes is 1 11/16".
anybody know if this is the same as the novas?
even though i cant use a bowtie mirror, it would be nice to know if...