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...

1978 Kawasaki KZ1000 New OEM Tank

1974 Norton Commando Interstate

1971 Norton Commando 750

1971 Norton Commando 750 These parts were sent to us by brain R. an attorney out of Virginia. The fiberglass tank did not leak when we got it. This is a very rare one. We stripped the entire tank inside and out and sealed it with our clear epoxy sealer. The tank will for sure not leak for many years to come. Brian wanted the more simple looking paint scheme for 71. All logos and stripes were painted on and cleared over. < Previous PageBack to...

1969 Honda CB 750

1938 Triumph Racer

1966 Honda Frame

1966 Honda Frame   Powdercoat or paint? A common question asked by people in the motorcycle enthusiast community. This frame was painted with a polyurethane paint that has an epoxy primer as an undercoat. This system offers a perfect match to the factory finish. We also offer powdercoat. < Previous PageBack to...

1965 Norton Atlas – Candy Red

1975 Kawasaki SC1 250

2003 Indian – Springfield Edition

1967 BSA Royal Star 500

1967 BSA Royal Star 500   When Bill M. from Illinois told us to match his 42 year old paint on his tank, i thought I bit off more than I could chew since all he wanted painted was the side panels. After several attempts we didn’t match the actual paint on the tank because it has faded so bad, however we did match what it used to look like. A challenge we face everyday. < Previous PageBack to...

1974 Norton Interstate

1974 Norton Interstate   Owned by a Norton Collector, B.H. of Grand Rapids MI. These parts were painted in candy red with painted gold logos and stripes. Clear coat was applied until all edges were undetectable. The tank was sealed with a state of the art sealer that creates a tank within a tank. < Previous PageBack to...

1999 Ultra Classic Custom

1967 Triumph TR6R

1970 Triumph Bonneville T-120

1972 Kawasaki F-6

1972 Kawasaki 750 H2

1969 Penton “Six-Day-125”

1969 Penton “Six-Day-125”   This tank came to us in extremely bad shape. After stripping inside and out we soldered and sealed all the holes. It then got the original factory paint scheme and factory colors only with 6 coats of clear for extra depth and protection. < Previous PageBack to...

1970 Triumph Trophy 500

1958 BSA Gold Star