1971 Honda 750 – with Sandcast Paint Scheme

1971 Honda 750 – with Sandcast Paint Scheme These parts came to us via Lee in South Carolina. Lee has a number of bikes and has got some shoddy workmanship on several of his bikes by other paintshops and restorers. Lee wanted the color to be right on so he bought a side panel from Japan for a color reference (foreground). I think we matched it. What do you think Lee? < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1974 Suzuki GT750 – Water Buffalo

1977 Honda CB400F

1972 Triumph 650 TR6R

1968 Honda CL350

1972 Norton Factory Racer

1972 Norton Factory Racer   We painted this beauty for a restorer out of Gary, IN. He said his customer was very happy. Thanks Christopher. Send us some more work. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1972 Moto Guzzi Eldorado

1972 Moto Guzzi Eldorado   (Before and After) This tank came to us in very bad condition. The chrome was rusted and pitted and the paint dull and rusty looking. After a lengthy process of cutting off the sides of the tank and getting them chromed, they were TIG welded back on and finished off to look like the original tank. The inside was then sealed with a clear epoxy sealer. The tank is owned by Bob C. of California. We hope he likes it.   < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1969 Triumph Trophy TR6R

1973 Kawasaki H1D – Candy Lime Green

1986 Honda CB700

1970 Honda 450

1967 Norton N-15

1968 Triumph Trophy – Riviera Blue And Silver Sheen

1968 Triumph Trophy – Riviera Blue And Silver Sheen   This tank came to us via Keith in Homer, GA. Keith has his own private museum and these bikes have to be correct. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1962 Harley Davidson Scat

1962 Harley Davidson Scat > (Before and After) The 1962 Harley Davidson Scat was a hybrid model motorcycle designed both for on-road and off-road riding. Introduced in 1962 along with the pacer and the ranger, the scat’s pacer-inspired design incorporated the pacer’s 175cc b-model engine in place of Harley Davidson’s 165cc Super-10. To increase its flexibility, the Scat had street-legal off-road tires, softer springs, and high handlebars. The scat also incorporated a higher front fender than the ranger and had a scrambler-style higher mounted exhaust. The scat offered the ranger’s extra-low final-drive ratio as an option. All around, the 1962 Harley Davidson Scat was a great-looking bike designed to suit a mix of requirements. This particular 1962 Harley Davidson Scat was sent to us by an old customer from Donie, Texas. This is how it looked when we got it...

1975 Norton Commando 850

1974 Holdsworth – 501 Renolds Aluminum

1978 Kawasaki KZ1000 – Luminous Red

1969 Kawasaki 500 H1

1967 Norton Manx Tank – Gus Kuhn

1968 BSA Spitfire MK IV

1968 BSA Spitfire MK IV   These parts came to us via Mike M. from Martinsville, IN. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio