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Nothing stops rust, only slows it down. No, I do not offer powder coated calipers. When I did years ago people were too cheap to pay for it. I do offer cross drilled rotors but not for the 14" original wheel kit, why would anyone want cross drill behind original steel wheels where you can't see them. Crossdrill is only for looks
The 2nd and 3rd picture are off my original 1960's Radar 14" open spoke wheels on my 62 Chevy Impala SS convertible (that will probably go on my 57 Chevy Hardtop)
The 4rd picture is off my old disc brakes visable through my 15" ET wheels currently on my 57 Chevy Hardtop.
The last (5th) picture is off my 57 from 1965 and the Radar wheels on the car (from the 1960's) I want to go back too these Radar wheels
I was asking about changing my 57 Chevy Hardtop that has disc brakes from I think a 1970 Chevy (installed in the 1980's by my uncle) with 15 inch ET open wheels (see picture) to one of your kits but with power coated calipers and zinc plated cross drilled discs -see the pictures of the car - I like the looks of the discs with the plating and power coated calipers and cross drilled rotors and non rusty parts.
Finally would, "if you know" would my 1970 Chevy full size disc brakes on my 57 be offset like one of your kits or did they not have a offset