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’ve had my ‘73 GTV for 34 years, at first I used it as my daily driver but after a few years I started what turned out to be a very lengthy restoration. I did major panel work (new nose, inner and outer left front guard/fender etc). I did the whole rotisserie thing, painted it inside and...
Photos of 105 GTV's.
I'm trying to decide whether or not to keep the original colour (Francia Blue) on my 69 GTV. But could not easily find photos of GT's in the other colours offered by ALFA ROMEO. Could we get a thread started with photos of just BBers GTs - or will this be a burden on the BB?
I have teased the details of this engine swap for a while, and I have finally done it. I am putting a Ferrari engine in my Alfa 105. As such I thought it deserved starting a new thread with a title that better describes it.
This may annoy some of you as I have not chosen an Alfa...