Gary Glass

– Chrome Happiness in Las Vegas

Thank you Glenn B. of Las Vegas for your kind words and pictures of your 1966 Chrysler 300:

Mike—I just wanted to take a minute and thank you, Gary, and your company for doing such an outstanding job on my chrome.  It seems like everywhere I go these days I experience apathy and poor workmanship.  Your staff was very friendly and knowledgeable and the finished product exceeded my expectations.  I also want to thank you for finishing the bumper in time for my wife to pick it up while she was in California.  I plan to spread the word about your outstanding company here in Las Vegas to all of the classic car clubs. Thanks again—Glenn B., member Mopars of Las Vegas.

Gary Glass

Classic Chrome Plating was recently given the task of chrome plating some molded urethane parts made to resemble a cross section of a railroad track for a local surf contest at Trestles Beach in south Orange County, CA.   In addition to great surf, the beach is known for the trains that run along the area’s coastline and the artist, Steve Gaskey, was commissioned to design the train-themed trophies for the Hurley Pro surf contest.  As you can see, after we were able to metalize and chrome plate the urethane, Steve painted the cross sections to look like rusted metal and then placed them on custom wood bases to complete the trophies.  Very cool idea for a trophy indeed!