A request from the owner concerned about the size of the genuine screen.
The owner himself has cut it with this height.
Based on this, I cut the side and custom paint it.
Candy paint using screen transparency.
In line with cutting the side, a flat bar of stainless steel is also shortcut.
The flame of Red is opaque across Solid Black in between.
The shadow of Flames is a point.
Because it is blowing flakes also in blue, it is transparent as it is sparkling.
Also candy paint on stainless steel flat bar.
The buff did not paint it.
“HARLEY-DAVIDSON” also candy paint.
The difference between the texture of the screen and the flat bar is an interesting combination.
Flame ‘s on the back is blue, unlike the front.
It’s paint that you can enjoy twice when you cross the bike and watch a motorcycle.
I also painted the side stay.
Originally you should avoid painting here, but since there was a place where plating was floating with rust, paint daringly.
Rusted parts can also be refreshed with paint.