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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby b18coupe » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:10 pm

not a problem i will sort a cover and the pipe is the same size as the standard dc2 flexy pipe as its a replacement, still using the dc2 airbox
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Tue Jan 28, 2014 7:20 pm

b18coupe wrote:not a problem i will sort a cover and the pipe is the same size as the standard dc2 flexy pipe as its a replacement, still using the dc2 airbox


Ok mate drop me a pm when your ready to post your bits and we can go from there :)
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Tue Jan 28, 2014 7:23 pm

Bally_Ep3 wrote:Can you do Black Chrome Chief?

Cheers,

I've got a K20.


I can do a shadow chrome or a high chrome smooth finish... Paints not cheap though :shock: it's a 3 stage paint system. You'd be looking @ £100 plus the p&p on part exchange.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Bally_Ep3 » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:22 pm

spooner wrote:
Bally_Ep3 wrote:Can you do Black Chrome Chief?

Cheers,

I've got a K20.


I can do a shadow chrome or a high chrome smooth finish... Paints not cheap though :shock: it's a 3 stage paint system. You'd be looking @ £100 plus the p&p on part exchange.


What do these look like chief? Any photos of the work?
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby MR.FondaTheHonda » Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:10 pm

Nice to see someone who knows what their doing! The amount of rockers i see being sold with parts not masked is unreal, especially those 8 mounting points where the rocker bolts to the cylinder head, and then i get told i dont know what im on about when i tell them their doing it wrong :lol:

Just found this thread through google images and very impressed with the quality, ive been airbrushing rockers for nearly a year now so can appreciate the work that goes into them

Keep it up!
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Hayes » Wed Feb 05, 2014 4:33 pm

I'd be interested in a chrome finish too!
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Chrispy90 » Sun Feb 09, 2014 4:08 pm

Would love white wrinkle effect, but can't seem to find it anywhere :(
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Mini360 » Sun Feb 09, 2014 4:33 pm

Chrispy90 wrote:Would love white wrinkle effect, but can't seem to find it anywhere :(

Buy ordinary and paint it....then paint it matt white. Holy crap you just made white wrinkle paint!
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Chrispy90 » Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:05 pm

Mini360 wrote:
Chrispy90 wrote:Would love white wrinkle effect, but can't seem to find it anywhere :(

Buy ordinary and paint it....then paint it matt white. Holy crap you just made white wrinkle paint!


Sorry, but that doesn't make any sense lol :shock:
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Jonnyf » Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:33 pm

Chrispy90 wrote:
Mini360 wrote:
Chrispy90 wrote:Would love white wrinkle effect, but can't seem to find it anywhere :(

Buy ordinary and paint it....then paint it matt white. Holy crap you just made white wrinkle paint!


Sorry, but that doesn't make any sense lol :shock:


LOL.

Buy some wrinkle....

Paint white over the top. Simples.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Tue Feb 11, 2014 9:51 pm

Will look s**t lads. Not to mention paint reactions! Been there done that... I only spray the VHT wrinkle paints, nothing else out there. Prefer painting with the spray guns ;)

On another note, I have lots of work on at the mo :) I'll update the thread in good time. Thanks all.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Mini360 » Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:21 am

Chrispy90 wrote:
Mini360 wrote:
Chrispy90 wrote:Would love white wrinkle effect, but can't seem to find it anywhere :(

Buy ordinary and paint it....then paint it matt white. Holy crap you just made white wrinkle paint!


Sorry, but that doesn't make any sense lol :shock:

It does. Try again. :roll:

No guarantees there wouldn't be a reaction but don't know until you try with these things!
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:59 am

Chaps, Spooner Restorations will be closed for roughly 3 weeks as of the 20th March. I am moving house & relocating this business as well. Once all setup I will have a larger spray booth and workshop :) I will not be taking any work requests until April time. I will post up in here when I'm back up and running :) Thanks, Paul
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Dc2T » Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:40 pm

typical when i need something done lol
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:36 pm

How's everybody doing? New workshop and spray booth are all up and running now :) Has been so much work but completely worth it!! A few photos for you guys.

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I have a few projects on already which is brill, happy to do more :) Thanks for looking, Paul
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