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Old 08-14-19, 02:46 PM
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Chrome painting

Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post
- However, and this is where it gets interesting - some efforts were quite successful. IMO at least. I bought this Toortelboom frame a while back, and only when I got home I discovered that the "socks" were painted and not chromed. While that may also be an indication of my perceptive abilities, I was quite impressed. And still am.

My take on this is that, if it is done well, it is definitely an improvement. FWIW.

If I could get that result out of a can, I would be satisfied, too. Looks more like nickel than chrome, but I wouldn't complain! Now show me how

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