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    looking really good! bike and the lincoln!

    Thanks Mate!

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    Tucked in for Winter.

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    Amazing work man. There's a lot of CB750 wannabes that could learn a textbooks' worth from you. I love it.

    Care to give some more detail on your choice of primer, paint and clear? That is the look I am going for on my newest build.

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    Thanks Hatch, I used Axalta (formally DuPont) Uro prime after the body work, Axalta straight black base that was left over at work (I manage a Body Shop) and for the stripes a red pearl that I liked that came from a Lexus we had fixed. Nason clear, 4 coats, wet sand & buff.

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    Hot dang, thanks for the tip. I'll be writing that process down for my attempt this summer Showroom quality for sure!

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    Wow, super clean. Nice work!

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