When restoring a vehicle, it’s a big taboo to use modern components. What makes an old car great is that it’s an old car that has withstood the test of time, maintaining a sheen rivaling that of the day it came off the production line. Powder coating is the answer you need to maintain your vehicle restoration project’s authenticity and aesthetics while offering a durable protective coat to keep it looking sharp for years to come.
When you want to keep your vehicle restoration real, powder coating is the answer. Prep work will get your piece ready for a new powder coat, which can be done in many different textures and finishes to achieve the precise look needed to bring your vehicle’s components back to their glory days. Rims, exhaust pipes, and even door handles can be powder coated to bring them back to life.
The point of maintaining the original pieces of a restoration vehicle is to keep it accurate. If the aesthetics don’t line up, the illusion is not complete and the piece will suffer. Powder coating is fully customizable. You can create any color you need with several options for texture and finish to achieve just the right look. Enthusiasts will appreciate the attention to detail and you will be proud of how your project looks by the end of it.
Beyond just being authentic and looking the part, powder coating provides a durable protective layer to the metal components of your restoration vehicle. This is important for the longevity of your work and the vehicle itself. Whether you want to sell it sometime down the line or pass it on to the next generation, powder coated components will look amazing through the years while standing up to the elements, along with any wear and tear.
Contact Frank T. today to learn more about the powder coating process!
If you have more questions, Frank is ready to answer them! With over a decade of experience in the coating industry, Frank knows what it takes to create a lasting finish. He’s known across the country, and his impressive work has been featured on the Discovery Channel. When you ask for a professional in powder coating, you’ll probably be directed to Frank’s workshop. Whether you’re in Rockville, MD, or outside of the Maryland area, Frank can help! Give him a call or text at 301-798-9952 and get started on coating your project.