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A complete newbie question. Is it possible to restore the willier copper cromovelato to like new condition? I have been told by a few fellow cyclists but non-restoration specialists that it isn't possible without re-doing the whole frame.



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"Nothing is impossible" to a fine master restorer. But is really difficult to get the right tone on cromovelato though. Good luck!

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