paintwork, decalling, alloy polishing..

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paintwork, decalling, alloy polishing..

Postby Bridlad » Wed Dec 30, 2009 9:15 pm

are just a few of the things i do,
heres a few pics of my recent paintjobs, i dont do fancy stuff, nor do i paint cars..
for quotes pm me please..
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Re: paintwork, decalling, alloy polishing..

Postby Stuart SS » Thu Dec 31, 2009 1:14 am

Bridlad ~

Looks "fancy enough" to me...

As I am about to have a BASH at my T150 V (seamless) tank ~ in two tone ~ never done a fuel tank before .. but doe lots of other stuff..

Pity you live on the opposite side of the &^%*(*^ globe !!!
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Re: paintwork, decalling, alloy polishing..

Postby Tman » Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:54 am

Looks good.
So roughly how much for a tank and two 'guards in two-tone "ordinary" (ie not pansy flake or flamey design shite) paint? All good base metal and no filling or bashing required.
I know it's hard to say without seeing the stuff, but rough estimate will do. :155
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Re: paintwork, decalling, alloy polishing..

Postby Bridlad » Thu Dec 31, 2009 10:49 am

£250 ish. depnds on how much prepwork is needed.
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