body work and painting on pan fenders - tanks

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body work and painting on pan fenders - tanks

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Howdy folks can anybody recommend a shop that does good metalwork and painting? Got some pan stuff that needs help thanks



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j**r**m wrote:Howdy folks can anybody recommend a shop that does good metalwork and painting? Got some pan stuff that needs help thanks

What you got?
What you want?

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Hi there I have a set of 55' tanks, dash, front and rear fender. Everything except the rear fender is in excellent shape. rear fender has a little warping and extra holes but not all that bad. I've seen a whole lot worse! Send me an email I can shoot some pics to if you dont mind. Gonna go with an original 55' paint scheme with the sash across the side of the fuel tank or maybe just a solid paint job. Shoot me a little info about y'all if you would. Thank you sir

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I'm thinkin' the solid color was '55 and "the sash across the side of the fuel tank" was '56.

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you are correct rick.

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Thanks for the info guys I didn't realize that.

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black, silver, pepper red, atomic blue and hollywood green were your color choices.

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Great pics man thanks!

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