for Refurbishing your bike. If you want to do the
work yourself, you might as well use good quality products.
Each of the colors we sell
have been carefully matched to original parts and the
formula's are carefully guarded secrets.
We offer paint supplies for Vintage
Motorcycles including Honda's, Kawasaki's, Yamaha's and Suzuki's
and others. Perfect
matches for the non-existent Candy and Metallic Colors that make or break
a restoration effort. These colors have been elusive
as Candy paints are not that popular these days, but we've
managed to get the most popular colors matched and are now offering them
along with the proper base color and catalyst that creates
the original look of the bikes. If you don't see your color listed
below and have a good representative part, I can do the
matching process and provide you with the paint.
Please be aware that the only shipping option for paint is
via FedEx ground. If you order and pay by
Friday Noon, the paint is mixed and shipped the first of the
NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING.
Unfortunately I have no
way to ship paint supplies out of the country. It is
illegal to ship them with the USPS. I have started the
process to gain "Hazardous Shipper" status with FedEx, but
not sure what that means or when it will happen.
1 Qt of matched color
$135 - $200 depending upon color
1 Pt of
matched color $85 - $150 depending upon color
8oz Catalyst for Base
Coat or Clear $43
1 Qt Clear $80
1 Qt Reducer $25
1 Can of Aerosol matched color $35 - $50 depending upon
DISCLAIMER: I have bought many NOS
parts painted in the Candy Colors. I can personally
tell you that there are discrepancies in the lightness / darkess
of the parts. Candy Colors are Transparent, and that
means that the more coats you apply, the less of the base
coat you see through it and therefore it will appear
darker. I always recommend that you paint an entire
body kit at the same time or make sure that you have the
original piece next to your painter and ask him to be sure
not to put too many coats on before checking for a match.
Also, anytime there is the existence of a Candy in any of
the formula's, a catalyst or 'hardener' must be used.
Painting with this type of paint is best left to a
professional. Even some of the non-candy colors have
an element of candy in them, such as the Light Ruby Red that
came on the SL70 K0's and the SL175K1.
and probably some others that I