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Thread: Who in So Cal can restore window frames and hinges?

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    Who in So Cal can restore window frames and hinges?

    Im looking to find a guy who knows what the correct finish should be.

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    What year is your car? Are frames chrome over brass (67 and earlier), or brite-dip anodize over aluminum (68 and later)? What do you refer to as "hinges?"

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    The car I'm restoring is a early 1973 911T.

    I am assuming this was brite-dip over aluminum.

    The hinge would be the rear pivot latch in quarter glass.

    Door handles are chrome.

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    For Aluminum parts, these 2 are really good :

    Shaun in MA
    http://tru-6.com/

    And King of Trim in CA
    http://kingoftrim.com/
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