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    This thing is READY for New Jersey!! ROOOOLIN'

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    dtdevil.. the execution of the artwork on that thing is actually good quality. Is that paint or is it some kind of graphic overlay with clear sprayed over it? I would actually keep those as a novelty, but I wouldn't run those.. you can get some used plastics off ebay for pretty cheap. How old are you and how long you been riding?

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    na, not brutal at all... imagine if he showed that to Badweather... they would have flipped out

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    true. the quality of the work looked good... they could be used for special occasions, throw them on and park it out front of a comicon event or a batman premiere and charge money for photos ... ha

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    I'm with Tone I like a little smoke and some mirrors in the bedroom!

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    Oh and welcome to the forum, I'm in south Texas near Corpus Christi. If your are near and need help I can possible help. A also if near would be good to ride with another Buell.

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    dtdevil,
    I was going to buy that bike a few years ago it was for sale at Dream Machines in Round Rock, but someone beat me to it. The artwork was quite good, like gloomshadow said pull off the plastics and save them, you could always put them pack on for halloween

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloomshadow View Post
    dtdevil.. the execution of the artwork on that thing is actually good quality. Is that paint or is it some kind of graphic overlay with clear sprayed over it? I would actually keep those as a novelty, but I wouldn't run those.. you can get some used plastics off ebay for pretty cheap. How old are you and how long you been riding?
    Sorry for the late reply, it is all done by hand. According some info I dug up the previous owner spent 4K on the paint job.

    And yes I was planning on keeping them, set aside for the n st owner if I do sell her but these past few months I have fallen in love with the bike and gotten used to the paint job. If I do cover it I may do a plasti dip, that way I can just peal it off.

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    Sorry for the late replies of a couple months I got to distracted enjoying the bike, haha.

    And this group and forum have been teaching me allot about my bike thus far.

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    Would you happen to know what the price was for it back then Onida? The gentleman that bought it from under you ended up having a bad car accident and messed up his arm quite a bit, and I got it for a decent deal. But it did suddenly die on me just the other day, so you may have dodged a bullit.



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