I've been working on our '52 Chieftain, and have brought it back from a "20-footer" to a "3-footer" -- except for the front bumpers, which need rechroming. In the interim, while I save my nickels for that job, I've been trying various methods to make the parts look better. Step One was to remove the corrosion with aluminum foil and Diet Coca Cola (thank you, YouTube!), which worked great. Step Two was to try applying chrome paint to the fugly parts. I used the top-rated chrome model paint designed for plastic, and that has not survived subsequent cleanings. Results were unsatisfactory, anyway, so I'm not heartbroken that it's slowly rubbed away. Is there a metal "chrome paint" that can help camouflage bad chrome? I'm not looking for perfection, just a better presentation. Thanks!