i wanna know where i can get my ride repainted, and around how much it will cost.....
Thanks BMatthews. At this point in time it's a research project onlyBMatthews said:Well then there is a little hole in the wall just a couple of door down from BK. It's the little white fronted shop next to the used tool place. They had a restored Beetle out there with the paper masking still on the windows and I must say it looked GOOD. Very little orange peeling or dust specs from my look see. If you took the stuff off and removed any stickers and do the scuff sanding I don't see why you couldn't get away with about 300 or so.
Or I have a buddy that has done a couple of restorations. Nice work and if you bring the parts, paint and thinners he might be able to do the spraying for between 150 to 200. If your interested I'll check with him.
bah im sitting at work with internet connection, with very little to do right now. so why notBMatthews said:Good grief, that was fast. You got nothing to do but sit and wait for my reply???????
Oh wait. I'm here too aren't I. Well I guess that makes two of us with nothing better to do
I'd like to hear what he has to say.. I figure paint shouldn't cost more than $150, and so if he can do a good spray, and a clear-coat on the tank, then I'm good as (insert color here) for $300 and some elbow grease.BMatthews said:Or I have a buddy that has done a couple of restorations. Nice work and if you bring the parts, paint and thinners he might be able to do the spraying for between 150 to 200. If your interested I'll check with him.
Not sure what you mean by 'base clear'.BMatthews said:The base clear jobs are why the paint shops charge so much for what appears to be a basic paint job these days from what I hear.
But if you look closely I don't think you'll see too many base clear jobs on our bikes, well, aside from mine that is Or are you trying to go better than stock?