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Does anyone know of a good chrome plater or chrome plating company in Massachusetts or close to New England?

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The biggest problem is state regulations. In NJ there are no more platers, as it isnt allowed.

 

there are a few in the PA area, if you take a look in Hemmings.

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I've been happy with Librandi's in Middletown, Penna.,

(very close to Hershey).  They advertise in our Antique

Automobile magazine, and are well respected around here.

 

Maybe someone has a recommendation that is closer to you.

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18 minutes ago, John_S_in_Penna said:

I've been happy with Librandi's in Middletown, Penna.,

(very close to Hershey).  They advertise in our Antique

Automobile magazine, and are well respected around here.

 

Maybe someone has a recommendation that is closer to you.

Thank You John, I will check them out.

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Paul's is top notch and everything is handled in a businesslike manner.   Every little part is inventoried and priced before work is started, none of this nonsense with parts disappearing in the dip tank, and the job will be completed on time.  Not to mention the quality is excellent.  

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EPA restrictions are getting stricter and stricter for plating shops and state regulations are even harder in some states. The disposal of heavy metals waste is a real concern and very costly to even transport to a waste/reclamation facility. I fear someday we will need to send our parts to be plated to China or India.

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I just picked up my second batch of rechromed parts from Jon Wright's Custom Chrome Plating in Grafton, OH. Not quite New England, but they do work from everywhere and I couldn't be more pleased with the outcome. My work included straightening and welding drilled holes in my bumpers, a badly pitted egg crate style pot metal grille, and a number of assorted parts throughout the car.

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