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Anyone know of a company or individual that does anodizing of 69 Mustang grill moldings?

I want to get my hood lip, eyebrow and wide trim pieces done and I am not sure who to go to. I checked locally and all the shops tell me that no one does it anymore. I have been looking on eBay for NOS, but either the prices are extremely high or as in the case of the hood lip is just nonexistent.
 

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Anodizing is only done on aluminum as far as I know, try looking into polishing as they should be stainless except for the wide molding but can still be polished. If you look at Alsa corp. they have some nice products such as a clear for chrome and aluminum and anodized clears as well.
http://www.alsacorp.com/
 

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Ano-Brite, Inc. is one company that does anodizing on aluminum. They are located in Ca. and have a web site: www.anobrite.com. They advertise in Hemmings Motor News.
 

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Check any local plating companies that do this sort of thing for businesses. Many of them will give you a flat price for a "bucket" of parts.
 

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I have done a bit of reading on this in the past & found this site. I have never tried it but:

http://www.focuser.com/atm/anodize/anodize99.html
I looked at their site and it seems like what I am looking for, I will contact them and see what they have to say.

Check any local plating companies that do this sort of thing for businesses.
I tryed that and they all said they didn't know of anyone still doing it.
 
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