Chrome parts restoration for classic cars

We restore unsightly chrome parts to new splendor. Every vintage car looks overwhelming after the restoration. We are specialized in the restoration of chrome parts made of steel, aluminum, brass and zinc die casting.

Our customers are from the following industries:

Oldtimer workshops

Classic car owners and lovers

Classic car restoration workshops

Spare parts dealer for youngtimers and classic cars

What can we do for you?

Restoration of steel, aluminum, brass and zinc die castings

The restoration of chromed vintage parts requires extensive and multi-stage machining steps, as well as a trained eye and a lot of tact.

Step-by-step to the perfect high-gloss chrome part

De-chroming, rust removal, soldering with silver solder, grinding, brushing, copper plating and polishing until the perfect, non-porous high-gloss surface in copper is reached. When the production piece is finished perfectly, we will chrome it.

Finishing of bumpers and filigree components

We take care of your components, such as bumper overriders, moldings, logos, emblems, triangular windows and window frames and ensure an unique result.

Removal of oxidation residues

We use compressed air blasting with solid abrasives (fine corundum or glass beads) for de-chroming, rust removal and cleaning of oldtimer parts. You’ll find more about it here.

Soft chemical paint removing

The paint stripping process takes place at approx. 80 °C. The paint is removed from the components very gently within a few hours.

New gloss for every classic car

We restore chrome parts for a variety of classic cars. These include: Mercedes-Benz SL 190 (W121), Mercedes-Benz Pagoda (W113), Mercedes-Benz SL 300 Gullwing (W198), Mercedes-Benz Ponton (W120, W121, W180), VW Beetle, Porsche. Of course, we restore all types of chrome parts for many other models. Contact us!

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Do you have any questions?
+49 (0) 82 33 – 7 95 78 00

We will advise you personally!

Do you have any questions?

We will advice you personally!