I've just bought a 2ndhand C36 from a friend and the alloys have perished slightly. It appears that the protective lacquer is gone in parts of all of the wheels and there's some nasty, silverish corrosion as a result. None of the alloys has been scratched or kerbed, it just seems to have collected around the inside edges of the rims.<p>I'd like to get this crud removed, for obvious reasons! What are my alternatives? Can they be refurbished, do they need repainting (or whatever), do I need new wheels? Plus the hardest part - how much should I pay.....?<p>Thanks in advance for your help. I love the C36 - makes me feel invincible - although more "fluid" handling would be nice. But that's about it for drawbacks. What a great car.