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 Portfolio

1975 Triumph Trident – White/Sunflower Yellow

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 Portfolio

1958 BSA Gold Star

1970 Triumph TR6R Spring Gold

Tank Inspection and Sealant

1975 Triumph Trident

1975 Triumph Trident   This tank was in very bad shape when we got it. The tank was sent to the strip shop then sealed inside with our clear epoxy sealer. All dings and dent were repaired. Cherokee red candy was applied and finished off with Alaskan white scallops separated by gold pinstripes. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1975 Honda CB400F

1975 Honda CB400F   Dave Z. from Massachusetts sent us this classic. It got the works. He was extremely happy with the parts when he got them in hand. < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1975 Kawasaki 400 Triple

1974 Norton Commando 850

1974 Norton Commando 850 This bike is owned by J.W. from Osceola, IN. The parts were originally metal flake blue from the factory. The owner wanted it black with gold painted on logos and stripes. The parts are then cleared coated with 4 coats of clear and buffed to a mirror finish.   < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1972 Honda Cl100 – Candy Yellow

Polyurethane Paint

1965 Honda CB160

1969 Triumph Bonneville – Olympic Flame

1969 Triumph Bonneville – Olympic Flame   How about this work of art. When we paint these parts we never know how the rest of the bike is going to look until we get the picture of the finished bike. No disappointment here. This is owned by Brad A. of Ohio. Nice job Brad. For other versions of Olympic Flame please see: 1971 Triumph T100 Olympic Flame 1969 Triumph Bonneville < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1965 Triumph T120

1965 Triumph T120   Pacific blue and silver is always a favorite for Triumph enthusiasts and John from Rhode Island is no exception. A different scheme for the fenders makes this Triumph unique. Newly chromed painted badges along with an epoxy liner makes this classic ready for show or go. Enjoy John!! < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1966 Triumph Bonneville T120R Alaskan White/Grenadier Red

1966 Triumph Bonneville T120R Alaskan White/Grenadier Red   This tank came from Dick in Andover, MA. The tank was reformed on the underside, sealed inside after de-rusting it and painted as per the factory specs. The aftermarket badges were also painted as per the factory specs. (See Dick’s testimony:  “It Looks Like a Piece of Motorcycle Art Work!”) < Previous PageBack to Portfolio

1977 Triumph Silver Jubilee Limited Edition

1977 Triumph Silver Jubilee Limited Edition 1977 Triumph Silver Jubilee Limited Edition / Jubilee Tank / Jubilee Fenders / Jubilee Tank & Chain Guard   This bike is owned by B.R. Of Vermont. This is one of just 1000 limited edition bikes that was shipped to the u.s. In 1977 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth. Each bike came with a signed certificate from the queen herself. The paint is silver with red white and blue to represent the colors of the English flag. The fenders along with the chain guard sports the same paint scheme.   < Previous PageBack to...

1952 Vincent Black Shadow

1972 Suzuki 750GT – Water Buffalo

1967 Triumph T120