They are made of unobtanium. so you can not get them. Maybe you can get a custom shop to make a set in stainless or aluminum, but it will be expensive. If you can sand the peeling chrome off, you may be able to have a body wrap shop cover them. Another option is to sand the peeling chrome off, and paint them with chrome paint. I really do not have the answer, but those are just some suggestions.
1991 OCC 461 (.030 over 454) BBC, 3.23 posi, flash to pass, drop spindles & springs, Impala rims, Hydroboost, Recaros, MOMO/wood SW w/QR, custom wood shift knob, Pioneer DEH P77DH
1992 OCC now with 5.7 tbi, DEH P77DH
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If the base part is plastic then I'd suggest you have it chromed. There is a pretty durable process and it's not too pricey to put a coat of real silver on the plastic and then they clear coat it to preserve it. Looks like chrome and I've used it for faucet prototypes and it looks damn good. Chrome paint is S**t compared to this. Long term durability on a daily driver...I don't know. Don there is a good guy and professional...
The plastic has a habit of splitting in half. Plating it would be expensive and almost pointless. Replacement plastic pieces(they show up occasionally) are around $400. The aluminum pieces in the link is only around $400, too.
There was someone on here that sore by wrapping them in aluminum foil every couple years, though...
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