That sounds like a late fall/winter project. I was going to do something about the chrome paint on the replacements before installing them, but the ones on the car were in such bad shape I needed to replace them sooner than I wanted, but I like the idea of the air brush. For anyone wanting to try the chrome tape instead, I tried that 24 years ago on my first 88 and it stuck out in a bad way. The paint is looks much better.I had good luck with the Eastwood Liquid Chrome kit. You need an air brush, lots if patience and follow the instructions exactly but in the end, it looks darn good. With cure times, it's a couple week process.