Yes pleased to report that the blue De Rosa is nicely polished back to original shine - it was a shame the post ride picture was out of focus - probably due to frozen, shaking hands and rain.
The groupset is Campy Athena 11spd - most of the graphics are placed on top of the anodising/clear coat so can be removed without too much trouble using very fine abrasive material. The first Athena alloy11spd cranks came out with graphics on top of clear coat so graphics can be removed easily and maintain the protective finish on the cranks - these are the ultra-torque version. The subsequent version (power torque) has the graphics under the clearcoat - same with the levers - so are much harder to deal with. My levers were completely polished back to bare alloy which are not too hard to maintain. Not sure I would want to do that with the cranks as they would be a pain to maintain in good condition without a protective coating.