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    Pinstriping like a BOSS

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    pinstriping

    Quote Originally Posted by mcmxcivrs View Post
    +1!

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    That is amazing, what a talent !!

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    He is probaly well paid for his amazing talent.
    I wouldn't be surprised if he made $10 a day.

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    He's painting Royal Enfield bikes. They actually have a suprisingly modern operation. Electric lighting, indoor plumbing the works j/k it really is modern.
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    That's both artistry and craftsmanship. That is exactly like they way they used to do it with the BMWs when they came with that pinstriping.
    It dresses up a bike or car real nice.
    dc

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    Fairing Striping

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    Quote Originally Posted by David13 View Post
    That's both artistry and craftsmanship. That is exactly like they way they used to do it with the BMWs when they came with that pinstriping.
    It dresses up a bike or car real nice.
    dc
    Actually - BMW still does it the same way. When I was first looking at the '07 (and '08, '09) "Classic" R1200R - there was a video around showing the ladies in Berlin hand-pinstriping the tanks. Still done by hand, but the improvement over the old way it was done - it's clear-coated after the pinstripe is done. So it won't polish out (as I've done on older BMWs.)

    There are a few chaps I've seen at national rallies who have equal skills.. what always amazes me is HOW easy it looks when they do it, and you just know - it's only easy because of years of practice.
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