Time for the colour. Again, I'm using Lambretta Paints Lechler Code 8081 Wheel Paint Silver. I'm not sponsored by this company, but I have to say I'm impressed by the quality of the products and the delivery is very, very fast. Prices aren't bad either. highly recommended.
Here's how it's looking after one coat. Really impressed by this. I'm nowhere near a decent painter and didn't expect it to look this good out of a can, but it's looking really nice now compared to how it was when I started. I'm going to apply 2 coats in total.
There are small dings on the hub, probably from my sloppy storage care over the years, but they are not really worth worrying about, so I'm leaving them.
Next is the gloss top coat. Here is the last part of the finish hopefully. I'm going to give it about 3 coats and each one takes around 15 minutes to dry. I'll give it a bit longer because the weather is still a little on the cold side.
Here's how it's looking after just one coat. When this one is bone dry, I will give it a final flatting before adding a couple of smooth coats. That should be enough and soon, I can start to re-assemble this Brake Disc.