A picture is word a thousand words. This one might be triple that as there is a lot going on.
The large tub in the upper left contains the first batch of tumbled screws and other smalls that were cleaned of walnut shell dust. The polished trough parts are in the tub beneath it. To the right is a cup of the topside screws that have been tumbled then buffed on the bench grinder and await the tedious final cleaning of black polishing compound from the screw heads. The tub to the right contains parts still waiting to be tumbled. The 3 wood siderails have been sanded and wiped down and ready for the light orange paint. The metal arch to the left is the ball guide and has been sanded to 2000 grit. The metal arch to the right has been sanded and ready for primer and then topcoat in bright yellow paint.
Yes, Bally did paint the metal apron and top arch the same bright yellow and the wood siderails a light orange color.