This thread will give you a start. Look specifically in post #25. Franjo does excellect work. He gives a bit of explanation in post #24. Somewhere on the BB, Franjo give a more detailed description of his techniques IIRC, but couldn't find the thread. It might be worth a more detailed search.
Eastwood sells a polishing and buffing kit for a reasonable fee. They also sell a video to walk you thru the process. You can buy a motor at Harbor Freight. They work fine and are considerably less expensive than the ones sold at Eastwoods.
I use buffing wheels on my bench grinder along with various rouges. The hardest part is getting a uniform polished surface and also having the patience to take the surface down in stages. It's very easy if you're patient.
I got a 1974 RHD 105 2000 GTV and can't get the thing started after a year since it last ran. It cranks forever at good speed but just refuses to start and idle after several weeks i admit defeat and could do some advice please.
So far I ended up replacing the entire ignition system and...
Hello, AlfaBB. I am a idiot and a few months ago I bought this:
1974 Alfa Romeo GTV Project on Bring A Trailer
Is it ugly? Yes. Did I overpay? Certainly. But restoring it should be....fun? That's the plan, anyway - make it look less ****. Join me in my suffering.
I am also posting this on...
I bought door seals maybe.... 4 years ago? Truly can not recall which supplier, believe may have been AlfaService Germany. I have had them periodically on and off while fettling with other bits and am ready to make the final push to get my car all sealed in. I'm not saying the seals...
The diagrams I have do not match the physical parts. Does anyone have an image of their old school, post style(or blade style) VR correctly wired up?
This sounds ridiculously simple...I know, but I want to avoid damaging the VR by hooking it up wrong.
This is for my 67GTV...but I think it's...
Hi my name is Floris, I am 38 years old an live in The Hague The Netherlands and this is my project.
It's a '70 GT 1300 Junior Scalino, original color AR728 grigio medio metallizzato.
It is a car which has been brought to The Netherlands in 1988, since then the car was partly restored by the...