I had been given a 280z badge some time ago. The condition was pretty poor with the chrome worn, scratched and faded and the plastic flat and dull. Decided to see if I could revive it with the 2mm 'Liquid Chrome' pen I have used on a smaller badge to great success. So, I degreased it and then sprayed it with an enamel gloss black rattle can. It would have looked better in satin, but I don't have any at the moment, and this is just a test anyway. I then flatted off the top on the lettering with wet and dry, and 'coloured in' the letters with the pen. It came out pretty well, compared to how it looked before hand. From a couple of feet away it looks really pretty damn good. The finish does look more chrome-like in reality, the photo isn't great. Would I do it again on such a large surface area? Well, if the badge was in poor condition, you don't have anything to lose. My tips would be that; satin black would look better and that you need to work quite quickly and cover each letter in one go with the liquid chrome. Don't be temped to put too much on either, a single thin layer looks best. If you miss a bit and try and touch it up it doesn't look great. Condition before 2/10 Condition after 8/10 I will see how well the chrome sticks and whether it stands up to a scrub with a car brush and sponge.