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A buddy just got a neat suvivor Daytona, all original, including the "crab" wheels. Problem is that the polished aluminum part of the wheels all have "milky" places, almost like it's under the clear coat because it's smooth to the touch. He's thinking about sending them off for restoration which is going to cost a lot and I mentioned I would ask on the forum if there are any alternative ways to restore these wheels and save money?
 

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prolly is oxidation under the clear coat

scrape / sand / burn off all the clear coat, then polish the native aluminum underneath it !

you can have the wheels on the car, front end jacked up, idling in gear, and kinda use it like a lathe ... :)

(tie your long hair up and dont wear your scarf while doing this ;) )
 
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