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Author Topic: '69 CL350 resto-mod FINISHED  (Read 766 times)

Offline Dr. Noisewater

  • Posts: 25
Re: '69 CL350 resto-mod FINISHED
« Reply #10 on: May 09, 2017, 00:10:51 »
And here it is after a hundred miles...


« Last Edit: May 09, 2017, 00:46:33 by Dr. Noisewater »

Offline Ubergeez

  • Posts: 113
Re: '69 CL350 resto-mod FINISHED
« Reply #11 on: Jun 05, 2017, 07:17:57 »
Looks Fantastic! I like your attention to detail, and the swing arm extensions... I didn't even know existed!... Think I might do that with my RD350.... ;)).

I think you did a great job with the paint as well.... But I have to ask you.... If you did it again, would you use the same base coat...using Duplicolor...?? Or a more expensive type?

Also got a link for those signals? I like where you placed them.

Cheers. BTW are you in T.O?

Uber

Offline Dr. Noisewater

  • Posts: 25
Re: '69 CL350 resto-mod FINISHED
« Reply #12 on: Jun 05, 2017, 10:35:41 »
Hey thanks Uber! Below is a screenshot of the turn signals that I bought on ebay, just had to make the brackets. For the rears I also painted the chrome bezel black so it would blend in better.

The main reason I used duplicolor for the base coat was because it was a cheap way for me to find the right color - I tried probably 3 or 4 other colors before I landed on the one that I used. If I knew I wanted a specific paint code I would use a proper paint, but I don't have any complaints about the duplicolor yet and it sprayed on well enough.

Offline jcp

  • Posts: 40
Re: '69 CL350 resto-mod FINISHED
« Reply #13 on: Jun 06, 2017, 18:09:19 »
Build looks great! Do you have any more details on how you did the seat? I have thought about the skateboard route and it looks like the option I'm going to go with.
1976 XS360 - First bike and a project indeed!