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

1969 Triumph Bonneville

1969 Triumph Bonneville   These parts were sent to us by Brad A. of Bellville, Ohio. We met Brad at a trade show and he liked our work. Now he can enjoy it first hand. The parts are done in Olympic Flame and silver sheen. For other versions of Olympic Flame please see: 1969 Triumph Bonneville (Olympic Flame) 1971 Triumph T100 Olympic Flame < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1974 Husqvarna 450WR

1971 Triumph T100 – Olympic Flame

1978 Kawasaki KZ1000 New OEM Tank

1972 Triumph Bonneville

1974 Norton Commando Interstate

1974 Ducati 750GT

1974 Ducati 750GT   Bill A. From Cincinnati brought us these parts. The orange pearl doesn’t look too bad. It better look good at $182.00 a pint, right Bill? < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

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 Portfolio

1978 Triumph Bonneville T-140

1967 Norton P-11 – Candy Red

1999 Ultra Classic Custom

1979 Triumph 750 – UK Edition

1967 Triumph TR6R

1979 Honda 750 CB750K

1979 Honda 750 CB750K   This beauty came to us via Kent m. From Virgina. Kent will be receiving these parts shortly once he gets back from Thailand. Nice Christmas present, right Kent? < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1970 Triumph Bonneville T-120

1977 Triumph Bonneville T140

1977 Triumph Bonneville T140   This bike is owned by Steve W. From the Flint, MI area. This was his brothers bike who has passed on and Steve wanted to put it back to better than new condition. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio