If you have vintage motorcycle body work that needs to be created or repaired, we're 
happy to schedule an appointment (sign up via our "Waiting List") and prepare a detailed, 
written estimate that clearly spells every detail of the service.

To familiarize yourself with our Estimate process, $180 Estimate Fee, Labor Hours for certain projects, Restoration Agreement, and Deposit details, please visit our "Restoration" page.

Below are several examples of our work
Creation of 1981 Honda CB 750 side covers
The customer was open to this customized creation rather than an exact duplicate
Note the welded  mounts used to pull out the dent. We use minimal, if any, putty. 
Repair of a rusty dent on the side of a 1967 Triumph TR6R gasoline tank
Beautifully smooth & ready for paint
   We prefer to correct dents & dings, not just cover them up.
Randy pulling out dents from a Yamaha TW 200 fuel tank
Repair of a tool box from a 1954 Triumph 5T Speedtwin
This is what the other shop did for a "repair"
Tool box's original condition.  Instead of letting us repair it, the customer said ship the box to another shop
Our repair included cutting away the damaged section, welding new metal in its place, and smoothing it all down so the repair is undetectable
Front & Rear Fenders from a 
1957 Harley- Davidson Sportster
Extensive amounts of putty & thick paint hid years of "repairs" and modifications done to these fenders.  The rear fender was in particularly bad shape & required removal & replacement of the damaged area and welding in of an underside support section.
Because of the extensive damage, this was a labor intensive, 3-layer process of putty, sand, prime ~ putty, sand, prime ~ putty, sand and prime.
Fender stays for the front fender that will soon be riveted back on
Front fender damage
Driving out old rivets
Underside support for the rear fender in the most damaged area
Replacement of the damaged top section
1970 Triumph Bonneville T120R
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Original tank was incorrectly striped, sealer was lifting & a bubble had formed at the center seam
Paint & inside sealer were burned away & re-sealed
After paint was removed, an old weld reveled holes in the center seam
Randy cut out the damaged area, created a new metal "patch" for the repair, and welded it in place
The paint was matched to the existing fenders which were painted several years ago
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Revitalize the Spirit & Beauty of your Classic Bike
Located in beautiful Central Virginia since 2001
8175 Black Walnut Run Road, Rhoadesville, VA 22542 USA

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