Chromagnum
by Hemi on May 28th, 2015

‚ÄčThe Next Generation in Chrome Alloy Wheels

These babies ain't your father's eighties chrome wheels!

We're all familiar with factory alloy wheels and the wide variety of aftermarket chrome, painted, powder coated, and black gloss wheels available for today's new cars. What you may not know is there's an amazing coating process called PVD, Physical Vapor Deposition, that's breathing new life into this seasoned and decades old accessories market.

If you haven't already, you're sure to see these bright chrome and black chrome PVD wheels on our metro streets and highways and at your local St. Louis area new car dealerships starting with many 2015 models.

What makes PVD so special? First, the amazing black chrome finish is one of a kind. No longer are you limited in your choice of just the traditional bright chrome wheels. The black chrome finish, affectionately called Black Ice, gives you the sleek and fast look between your highly polished new paint job and the diamond studded roads you travel between your castle and your dream job.

What about pitting and corrosion on PVD wheels? Auto Trim Restyling and the manufacturer, www.onwardcoatings.com, have you fully covered. With an industry best 5 year product warranty, our mid-west winters and often salt encrusted roads won't damage your new chrome wheels.

In the market for a new car, or a makeover on your existing ride? Consider the stylish and unique look of bright or black chrome PVD coated wheels. Contact ATR, or your St. Louis new car dealer to view the product. While a set of factory alloy wheels might cost several thousand dollars, your new PVD chrome coating is available on most vehicles for between $1500-2,000.

*Prices subject to change. Availability, delivery, and warranty times vary. All PVD orders and pricing are based on core exchange.


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