1972 GS Stage1 in Flame Orange

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Smartin, Aug 2, 2020.

  1. gsgns4me

    gsgns4me Well-Known Member


    Thanks. Was looking more at the chrome work (positive), than the stainless (negative).

    Maybe you should show him how much better the stainless looks when you get done with it, compared to his work. Maybe he'd be interested in farming some work out to you.
     
  2. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    Judging by the way the place is run, I won't be making a return trip. But I appreciate your suggestion!
     
  3. 2dtrak

    2dtrak Well-Known Member

    They totally destroyed more than their share of perfect cores over the years by buffing the contours flat and for god sake don’t let them ever attempt replating pot metal. If you ever seen the facility in person it is a post frame building with a partial dirt floor with crap piled everywhere. Unfortunately, it’s the only chrome shop in the St. Louis area doing automotive chrome. I ship my stuff out to aih or tri city now The fact that they suck at polishing stainless dosent surprise me
     
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  4. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    Yep. I still owe you a trip out to your place. Been hard to get away though.
     
  5. 2dtrak

    2dtrak Well-Known Member

    If U come out this week bring a snow shovel No hurry on my end
     
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  6. tdacton

    tdacton Gold Level Contributor

    I would not ever recommend Highline plating, even for a bumper. Mine needed done 3 times, still crap! I feel David tried, but, not high quality I was seeking.
    Troy
     

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