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pilotusmc
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Anybody know of a reasonably priced chrome shop? $2000 bucks a bit much to chrome a bumper

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Mark Merritt
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2 Grand is to high but also depends on the prep work (lots of dings and dents ? ) I would shop around. My rear bumper was 700.00
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Here's a guy who advertises on eBay - this particular bumper is for a 57/58, but he might have what you want in stock for your core. If you can afford to wait, I bet he can replate yours. I don't know anything about him, except that he has 100% positive feedback.

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He's a good friend of mine, and does all my plating.

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John, is he local to you, or do you know where he is located? Can he re-anodized the trim as well?

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He's in southern Ca. but is up here often.

He doesn't do anodizing, but will probably know someone that does. I had a hard time finding someone for the anodizing when I was doing my '59.

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