1975 Norton 850 Commando – John Player Scheme

1975 Norton 850 Commando – John Player Scheme   These parts are from a 850 Commando owned by Scott I. who resides in Tennessee. We applied a john player paint scheme, painted on the logos and protected it with four coats of clear urethane. The inside of the tank is protected with a clear epoxy. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1974 Honda CB550

1974 Honda CB550   These parts came to us via Mark B. who resides in the nations capital. The cap was re-chromed and the inside sealed. The freedom green was matched to a sample mark sent. That made our job easier. Thanks Mark. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1968 Triumph Bonneville T-120

1970 Norton 750 SS

1969 Honda CB 750

1965 Bultaco Metralla 62

1938 Triumph Racer

1974 Bmw R90S Black Smoke

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 Portfolio

1975 BMW R90/6

1975 BMW R90/6   These parts came to us from Don H. In Trussville, Alabama. The inside of the tank was cleaned and blasted and sealed with a clear epoxy. The outside was painted to match the factory scheme. The cap was chromed and looks new again. Don said he was ready for these parts because it’s getting warm in Alabama. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1965 Norton Atlas – Candy Red

1970 Kawasaki H1 Triple

1972 Kawasaki F-6

1964 Triumph Mountain Cub

1972 Kawasaki 750 H2

1983 Honda CB1100F

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 Portfolio

1934 BSA Blue Star Gas Tank

1934 BSA Blue Star Gas Tank – (After) This is the finished tank. After a few months of touch and go with this project we have a finished product and a happy customer. The tank not only looks good it doesn’t leak either. Not bad for a 75 year old. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1970 Triumph Trophy 500

1974 Suzuki GT750 – Water Buffalo