AMI Chrome & Billet Accessories
AMI is a privately-held company currently based in El Dorado Hills, California. It is a relatively small company, founded back in 1994, and rapidly growing its product lineup and sales. CARiD’s many customers are enthusiastic about their AMI accessories, and here’s where they chime in. AMI will perk any vehicle up and make it uniquely yours. As a rule, most AMI components install in the simplest possible way to provide a cool, new look in nothing flat.
- AMI® - Door SillsStarting at: $80.81$80.81
- AMI® - Billet Fuel DoorStarting at: $52.92$52.92
- AMI® - Pedal PadsStarting at: $66.92$66.92
- AMI® - Pedestal 3rd Brake LightStarting at: $49.59$49.59
- AMI® - Bumper Inserts and Show HooksStarting at: $68.67$68.67
- AMI® - Billet 3rd Brake Light CoverStarting at: $28.23$28.23
- AMI® - Billet Grille and Tailgate EmblemsStarting at: $28.00$28.00
- AMI® - Billet Dash KnobsStarting at: $10.29$10.29
- AMI® - Billet Door HandlesStarting at: $71.64$71.64
- AMI® - Billet Door Handle AssemblyStarting at: $160.65$160.65
- AMI® - Billet Tailgate HandleStarting at: $48.69$48.69
- AMI® - Billet Master Cylinder CapStarting at: $32.73$32.73
- AMI® - Hang-A-Hitch™ Ball Mount StorageStarting at: $35.58$35.58
- AMI® - Simulated Billet Hood PinsStarting at: $13.32$13.32
- AMI® - Stubbie AntennaStarting at: $17.59$17.59
- AMI® - Wing AntennaStarting at: $44.47$44.47
- AMI® - Hitch CoverStarting at: $15.42$15.42
- AMI® - Billet License Plate FrameStarting at: $31.10$31.10
- AMI® - Billet Interior Door LocksStarting at: $19.26$19.26
- AMI® - Dash AccentsStarting at: $63.23$63.23
- AMI® - Flame Style Exhaust TipStarting at: $50.96$50.96
Billet aluminum is AMI’s material of choice, and it’s a versatile metal. It can be finished in an as-machined state, brushed or polished to mimic chrome. AMI specializes in aluminum: they’ve got finishing it down to a science. Spruce up the exterior of your car or truck with fuel doors, replacement door handles, grill and tailgate emblems, short stubby antennas, exhaust tips, and the traditional license plate frames.
Similarly, AMI has replacement knobs for your radio and heater, seat adjusters, shifter and more, whether in polished or brushed aluminum with o-ring accents. Add in a set of billet-style pedals covers, some shiny, self-adhesive dash accents and a billet mirror, and your ride will be complete. All of these accents are either self-adhesive or attach in seconds with a simple setscrew.
One innovative product from AMI that is genuinely useful is their Hang-A-Hitch. It’s the answer to a problem inherent to the receiver hitch: what do you do with the ball mount to your hitch when the trailer isn’t attached. If you keep it with the truck, it has to go in a toolbox, or inside the cab, or simply left to rattle around in the bed. If it’s left with the trailer, it either sits on the ground, or perches on the tongue. In either case, it’s probe to damage or theft. The Hang-A-Hitch provides a bracket to hold the ball mount safely out of the way, whether it’s inside the pickup bed or alongside the tongue, safe and dry. Drilling a second hole in the mount will allow you to lock it to the vehicle and prevent theft or unauthorized usage.
| Posted by Neil | (Yukon, OK)
I received this polished cover by mistake on my order...however I believe I can make a good review on this piece, as always CARiD has been very excellent to deal with, and said I could send it back postage free. I looked the part over and it seems to be of very good quality,It would look good on a 4x4 truck. thanks. Neil
| Posted by Sean | (Foster City, CA)
The look and quality of these products far surpasses the factory emblem. Easy to install & built to last. Have done custom painting of emblems and in the past. Ordering ready to install products are much cheaper, longer lasting and time saving. Money well spent.
| Posted by Mason | (Armadale, WA)
About the AMI® 6104CL - Race Style chrome locking billet fuel door, well here's the thing.. This style is meant to be for 94-2002 model Camaro and in most respects it is. But the original panel holes don't line up with the Billet pins and some elongating reaming of the 2 main drill holes are required to make the fit. Also the actual curvature shape of the Billet is not as should be for the 94 Camaro as the top is slightly out of alignment and sits proud of the panel instead of being totally flush with the panel where it resides in the recess of the panel. From a distance you cant tell, but most people inspect the car from a near and point out and ask is that ok doesn't look quite right to me.