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    Suggestions on a plating shop in the Seattle area

    I'm looking for a Puget Sound area shop that can plate my Porsche parts.
    I understand that the early 4 bolt horn grilles are tough to do properly because of the material Porsche used?
    Any help and advice is appreciated. Thanks.

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    for the small stuff that had to be perfect, I went to queen city plating in Mukilteo. they are not the cheapest but they did a nice job on my horn grills and doorl handles on my 73
    Perry

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