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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 5:20 pm 
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Its not a hairdresser car! :D


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nope just need some cash to fund some equipment for my new workshop getting a powdercoating set up! as for cars i have the slk komp and the corrado show car no need for anything else!


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Powdercoating setup?

Cool. Will you be offering this as a service for retrobikers? 8)


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hell yeah! and media blasting should be fun this winter playing with it all.


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How much does one of those setups cost?


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jez-4-bikes-max wrote:
Its not a hairdresser car! :D


the masses may disagree :lol:


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jez-4-bikes-max wrote:
How much does one of those setups cost?


well im going to build the oven from a kit but obviously buy the gun i think i can do it for around 3k ish


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Wow - keep us posted with its progress. I think you will be inundated with people wanting to refresh their framesets etc :P


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:lol: im sure! its mainly as me and my bro are going to stop breaking motorbikes for a living and start building specials and restorations. But once we get sorted hes going to offer custom painting for cycles as well as well as matching klein paint jobs and whatever really.


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wow, good project Bill! Sounds great fun.
Sorry to hijack your for sale, good luck. Lush bike. Someone buy it!


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