The process of re-plating plastic chrome is called "vacuum metallizing". Specialty plating companies can be found using a "google" search. "Chrome" paint is generally a distant second in terms of the outcome. Unless you are a trailered concours competitor, the reproduction bezels may work well for you.
There used to be several businesses that specialized in rechroming plastic parts for Mustangs and other classics. As repro parts became cheaper and better the rechroming places slowly went out of business. There are still a few around but they are pretty pricey. Mostly used for high end Concours restorations.
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I had my console insert vacuum metalized. But I can't remember who did it. It is the early 90s. From what I understood, the console insert chrome is real chrome that is electroplated over conductive paint. Before sending the part I needed to strip everything that wasn't plastic off the insert. That was done was by putting the part in a bucket of muriatic acid. Can't remember how long that took, but it took weeks. I was able to repair a broken corner and sand out minor imperfections. The result after vacuum metalizing was excellent. Today you can buy reproductions.