Gary Glass

For a cruise motorbike fanatic, having shiny and impressive chrome wheels on their ride is one of the top priorities. If you are riding the 2017 Harley Davidson Bagger, the chances are that you are already considering the stock fittings with the alloy wheels. As it can be an expensive affair, most of the people have second thoughts.

However, if you go for our chrome motorcycle wheel exchange, it doesn’t have to be that hard on your pocket. The dealers these days offer easy wheel exchange program that enables the motorbike owner to replace their wheel at a price much lesser than the market price in return for the wheels currently fitted to their bike. It is a win-win situation for both the dealer and the bike owner.

How to go about the wheel exchange program?

• You can contact us and let them know the wheel you have chosen and have deposited the core amount. Once that is done, we would ship you the chrome motorcycle wheel of your choice. As soon as we receives your wheel in good condition, the core money is deposited back into your account.
• Alternatively, you can also choose to send your wheel first to us. In this case, it is essential to mention while ordering the wheel that you wish to go for an exchange. We would send you the chrome wheel of your choice the next working day. It is suggested that buyer calls us and reserve the wheel of their choice in advance for hassle free and quick delivery.

Things to note when going for exchange program

• It is mandatory for the customers to mention in the order form before purchase that they wish to go for the exchange.
• There is a small additional fee levied above the standard chrome plating service for the exchange service.
• The wheels of the same bike model, year of manufacturing and model can be exchanged that are not damaged and haven’t been chrome plated already.
Contact us today if you wish to go for the chrome motorcycle wheel exchange program. We would guide you appropriately to find the best wheel for your new Harley Davidson Bagger 2017 or any other cruiser bike for that matter, without costing you a fortune.

Gary Glass

Classic Car Chrome Plating Restoration

You’re ready to invest in a car restoration project but have had a few financial setbacks. Before you give up hope, consider the following top four classic cars for chrome plating restoration:

The Chevy Impala

Chevy Impala Chrome Plating Restoration
The redesign of the Chevy Impala in 1965 proved to be a brilliant sales move. Early Impala models range in price from $1,500 – $10,000 and have great suspension and braking parts.

Ford Replaces the Falcon with the Maverick

Ford quickly decided to upgrade the Maverick model with a 210hp 302 option in 1971. The 302cu V-8 on the Maverick is one of the most popular engines in America and has countless modification potential. The Maverick ranges in price from $1,500 – $3,500 and makes a worthy opponent in autocross and road racing venues due to its Global West produced tubular control arms.

The Dodge Challenger: A Classic Ponycar

The Dodge Challenger’ luxurious interior and larger wheelbase became an instant hit among more affluent buyers when it was introduced in 1970. The restoration of the less expensive, less popular ’72-’74 models are good alternatives when investing in a project car and will range in price from $2,500 – $15,000. The big-block Hemi isn’t included on the ’73 and ’74 models and the ’74s don’t have a six-cylinder engine. On the plus side, there are more than enough modification options for the engine.

The Popular Chevy Nova

By 1968, Novas were designed with a front bottom frame similar to a full-framed car. The X-body platform was also incorporated in 1968, which used the same front suspension as the ’67-69 Camaro, until 1979. Many Novas come with small-blocks from the factory and are compatible with Chevy big-blocks. Novas range in price from $1,500 – $4,500, are easy to modify, and relatively lightweight. Ask for a consultation if you have questions about chrome plating restoration here.