My 2002 Ferrari 360 Coupe came equipped with the 3 piece optional wheels (Ferrari part number 183843). The whole wheel looks like this: There are some very minor defects, maybe 5-6mm wide on part of the outer edge of the lips of three (yeah... I know... -sigh-) of these wheels. The wheels appear to possibly have some sort of clear coat over the lip, and under that appears to be a striated pattern chrome or some high polish material, then below that, the actual alloy of the wheels: I'm no stranger to refinishing and re-clearing alloy wheels, but I've never seen a set that had this kind of intricate (and paper-thin) pattern on the wheel lip. Can this even be fixed because of that pattern (can shops re-machine that?), or is the only option to replace the whole lip? If that's the case, is there a way to purchase correctly patterned lips apart from the entire wheel? Complete wheels in mint condition are in abundance all over the internet, so I don't have any issue figuring out where to buy more, but I don't really want to spend $2,000 per wheel to rectify such cosmetic minute damage.