Chevy Corvette C6 2005-2013, Chrome ABS Plastic Eyebrow Kit by American Car Craft®. Before the C6 Corvette debuted, the last Corvette to have exposed headlights was the 1962 model! Now you can customize the headlights on your C6 with chrome, a material that was quite popular in '62 and is making a comeback today. But unlike the chrome of old, this chrome ABS plastic requires no expensive plating and will never rust or flake.
- Custom designed
- Made from the finest grade ABS plastic
- Precision cut using high-tech computer guided lasers
- Hand-formed by experienced craftsmen
- Highly polished finish
- Most parts easily installed using 3M™ double-sided tape
- Includes comprehensive installation instructions
- Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty; guaranteed to never rust or corrode
Though they’re most famous for their quality stainless steel parts, American Car Craft also makes many fine chrome plated ABS plastic and vinyl accessories. These accessories are products of the same rigorous development process and attention to detail that have made their stainless steel parts the standard of the industry. Each part is designed and manufactured for the specific application and must pass strict quality standards before they are sold.
Most American Car Craft ABS plastic and vinyl products are easily installed with 3M™ adhesive. Simply prep the area according to the furnished instructions, peel the backing from the automotive-grade 3M™ double-sided tape, and press the part into position. Parts not installed with adhesive come with all hardware and everything necessary for installation.
American Car Craft® is a company with more then thirty years of experience in customization of classic cars, hot rods, limousines and exotic cars and exclusive approach to car customization. The accessories are produced from high grade, flat 304 stainless steel by laser cutting and then are 3D formed as needed. The company offers premium class grills, engine bay customization accessories, interior and exterior trim with precise and impressive digital graphics. The most successful works of American Car Craft were covered in various magazines like Vette Magazine, Corvette Fever, Hot Rod, Cruisin' News, etc.