Vacuum Orna Metal “Detroit’s Oldest Custom Vacuum Metalizer” Since 1954

1963-66 Nova AC Housing and Vent Balls
1971-73 Mustang Center Dash Panel With Gauges and Woodgrain
1971-73 Mustang Gauge Bezel
1971-73 Mustang Lower Console Insert and Mach1 Badge
1971-73 Mustang Right Hand Panel and Glove Box Cover
1966-67 Dodge Charger Gauge Bezel
1969-70 Mustang Clock Woodgrain Panel Dark Walnut
1969 Firebird Gauge Bezel
1970 Mustang Gauge Bezel Woodgrain Panel Dark Walnut
1970-1971-1972 Chevelle Gauge Bezel Restoration
1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Savoy Gauge Bezel Restoration
1965 Ford Galaxie Gauge Bezel Restoration
1967 Pontiac GTO Lemans Gauge Bezel Restoration
1970 Plymouth Rally Duster Gauge Bezel Restoration
1958 Ford Fairlane Gauge Bezel Restoration
1966 Pontiac GTO Lemans Gauge Bezel Restoration
1967-1968-1969 Dodge Dart Gauge Bezel Restoration
1967 Mercury Comet Cyclone Gauge Bezel Restoration
1970 Plymouth Duster Rally Dash Glove Box Strip Restoration
1968 Pontiac GTO Lemans Gauge Bezel Glove Box Cover R.H. End Trim Restoration
1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Super Bee Gauge Bezel Dash Strip Restoration
1970-1971 Ford Torino Ranchero Country Sedan Mercury Montego Arm Rest Base Restoration

Custom Vacuum Plating and Restoration Services:
  • Vacuum Plating
  • Plastic Repair
  • Lens Polishing
  • Painting and Detailing
  • Hot Stamping
  • Plastic Injection Molding
  • Woodgrain Restoration

Our Process for Vacuum Metalized Plastic Parts:

    1. Un-packing and inspection of the parts to insure that they will produce a quality finished part.

    2. Removal of old plating and paint from the plastic. Our industrial plastic stripping and cleaning process is essential for maximum adhesion of the Vacuum Plating and Overlay Paint Detailing.

    3. After stripping: Inspection of the surface of the part: Minor scratches or nicks are repaired. Major plastic repair is available and is quoted after the parts are stripped.

    4. Next parts are mounted on a plating rack and hand wiped down prior to the Base Coating process.

    5. Base Coat is applied and baked using our in-line conveyor Base Coat machines. These machines guarantee correct coating thickness along with oven time and temperature requirements. The Base Coat provides a film on the plastic that is new and high in gloss for the aluminum to adhere to.

    6. Vacuum Metalizing: Pure aluminum is evaporated on to the part surface in the High Vacuum Metalizing Chamber. This gives the part a highly reflective chrome metal appearance.

    7. Top Coat is applied using same process as base coat. The top coat is applied to seal and protect the aluminum. These coatings are a automotive quality polyurethane material for a durable long lasting finish.

    8. Inspection and un-racking of parts from rack.

    9. Masking and detailing if required.

The Base and Top Coats along with the Overlay detail paint are all Automotive Quality coatings. All the materials that are used in our process are of the Highest Quality and are Made in the USA. Contact us at (800) 827-6762 or for a quote regarding your project.