After so much of my car has powder coated parts, we'll I didn't do the Webers like the Ferrari I saw at Amelia, you see I have this brass overflow tank. I know some of you like them natural brass. Just didn't fit my engine compartment color scheme and paint just didn't look good and was easy to scratch. So I thought I would get it powder coated. All my suspension, and many engine parts are black or silver. I took it to the powder coater who after 3 years of this is a pretty good friend. He looked at it and said I think this may come apart from the heat. I said I had thought of that but actually had an extra so give it the college try and let's see what happens. He turned the heat down on the oven to 380 and went home. In the morning the tank was on the floor. He called me and told me and I said oh well we tried. Went to pick it up thoroughly expecting it to be in 5 or 6 pieces. Not, just the brackets that it mounts with and the neck had come loose and very cleanly. Took it home cleaned up the pieces and got out the solder and flux and back together it went. I did burn the powder coat some on the bottom where the big bracket goes because I had to heat such a big area. You can't see the bottom when in the car so I now have a powder coated overflow tank that will look like new for many years.