OK, here's my baby in its smart new kit
CBR600 TWO years after total offside repair and respray...
and few months before needing further surgery. Read story here
Happy with the last two jobs (including the above), the owner returns asking for a completely new look.
And that's exactly what it gets.
And don't forget to compare the two Repsol schemes, totally different styles requested and achieved, reinforcing our statement
'It's your bike, tell us what you want.'
Here is a Std. GSXR scheme but in metallics, (just as the VFR below).
FOR EXCELLENT BEFORE AND AFTER PICS
SEE "PAST WORK" HERE
Here's a whole bike we sprayed where the owner wanted the standard VFR Red, White and Blue pattern but in more vibrant metallics. I haven't actually managed to get a side on piccy as yet which is a shame because it's real pretty. The colours used are the same as those used on the Triumph Union Jack seat hump, (pictured further down), which give you a better impression of how vivid they are. In the meantime, here is the happy owner screaming around Donnington Park.
The last person I saw jumping up and down in excitement was my daughter.......
.......until he came to pick this up.
Triumph Union Jack seat hump. Done through post from Avon
West Honda CBR600, sooo pretty.
After returning the work the bike was put up for sale and lasted about four days on display before someone else fell in love.
Top cowl, right hand side panel re-sprayed after drop. Exhaust polished from matt black and gouges removed.
Thundercat, side panels, mudguard, and swingarm.Thundercat, side panels, mudguard, and swingarm.
Luvverly, what else is there to say.
Tank, panels, wheels, everything got either sprayed or tidied up.... a lot. The ZX9R, heavily dropped, got a top cowl, offside front side panel and belly pan all welded, filled and re-sprayed..