Stand out from the crowdA fantastic opportunity to showcase our talents for Triumph T3 Racing, undertaking the paintwork on this stunning R3 Dark built by T3 Racing.
Painted in Lechler, graphite grey pearl & Max Meyer clearcoat.
Unleash your imaginationRobinsons Foundry in Canterbury asked if we could replicate the Indian Scout, Wall of Death paintwork that was used to re-launch Indian Motorcycles at Sturgis for their stand with Indian at the forthcoming Excel London & NEC Birmingham 2016 bike shows.
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A wide array of finishesWe were given a fantastic opportunity by Harrison Billet to paint their show piece Harley Davidson Trike designed & beautifully built to showcase Harrison Billet in-house skills & complimented with our show winning paintwork. House of Kolor, Apple Red Kandy over Red Pearl base colour & Silver Marble was the desired colour choice with company logos to match.
Got a wild idea?Having recently completed a custom Trike for "Harrison Billet", the owner of this Harley Davidson who works there, asked us to undertake the paintwork on his latest Harley Davidson custom project. Great to see this beautifully engineered Harley gathering trophies at major bike shows in the UK & featuring in Back Street Heroes magazine.
Create a supremely luxurious lookA good customer of Robinsons Foundry contacted us to have her new Indian Scout custom painted & had some great ideas for the colours but needed some visual options & guidance to create the right show piece. Orange Kandy with a Black base colour followed by many coats of FX Coarse Silver Flake for the desired effect.
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Passionate motorbike enthusiasts and collectors come in many, many different shapes and sizes, as do their dream machines, but they have one thing in common: they care about every centimetre of their vehicles. There is no “good enough”, it’s a quest for perfection, and a particularly detailed and authentic form of perfection at that