Wishbone Classics' Kai Radicke recommends these shops near Philly if you
find Librandi's (great work) too expensive.
It depends on how large the item is. The company I used to use was Martins
Metal Finishing on State Rd in Philadelphia, they're Level 2 chrome was
excellent value for the money. Level 1 was if you were restoring a Bugatti
or something, I couldn't tell the difference visually. I've tried reaching
Martin's a few times and haven't had success... but these used to be the
go-to guys for top notchchrome in the Philadelphia area.
Martin's Metal Specialties?
7327 State Rd
For small items, try Revel Capewell in Norristown, PA. I don't think his
tanks are big enough to do a bumper, but ask as I don't remember. The guy's
name is Nick.
303 W. Oak St.
Norristown, PA 19401 map
Capewell does a great job with zinc plating, one yellow zinc and one clear
zinc. Does a nice job, prices are reasonable and usually quick turn around.
He does all sorts of other plating as well.
On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 4:32 PM, Joe Laurito <email@example.com> wrote:
> Librandi's Plating, Middletown PA 717-944-9442
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> Subject: [TR] Chromers in Penn
> Does anyone have the name and telephone number of the chrome shop in
> Pennsylvania that I have seen recommended on this list before???
> I used to have it on my computer but that was a unit that died and I
> have lost the info.
> Tony Cascio
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