Ok...we need your input / comments. On the 1969 stock FLH that we will be giving away @ BF4..would you rather have a stock( Style) black & white paint job or something wilder. Sonny boy is painting the bike and is incredibly talented so keep that in mind.
Stock paint. Because you are doing a chopper. Paint that crazy. keep stock stock.ReplyDelete
Man, even though Sonny Boy would no doubt paint something badass, I'd say, keep her stock.ReplyDelete
stock bike stock paint for sure........ReplyDelete
I'm with the other guys.Isn't that the point of doing a stocker and a chopper?What about letting the winner pick the paint jobs?I know it doesn't look super dope before and during the show but that would be an interesting twist.Having said that,other than MAYBE a sprung solo,there's not a damn thing I would have changed about last year's bike,including the paint.ReplyDelete
Let SB have his way with it. He has good taste and knows what he likes so let him do it..ReplyDelete
Are we talking bout a 100 point concours show bike? Only then does it really matter if it has correct paint. If not, let Sonny Kick ass!!!ReplyDelete
Stock bike, stock paint. That way if the winner decides to sell it...ReplyDelete
Stock sounds like a simple idea. An idea easy to mess up if you start thinking too hard. I think I would pick a color other than black and white. Harley offered nicer paint schemes than that.ReplyDelete
have Sonny go wild!!!!!! He is amazing, I would let him have free rein on that sucker!ReplyDelete
Stock scheme in some nice tasty Candies!!ReplyDelete
Stock is stock. One thing though, in 69 H-D didn't offer black and white that year. All of the FL's including black ones had flat black on the bottom half of the tanks.ReplyDelete
To clarify..more of a stock style Harley paint job...not bone stock or 1969 specific. Thanks for all the input.ReplyDelete
Stock - there's a lot Sonny can do with the Signal Red, Jetfire Orange, or the Hi-Fy Burgandy to give it a little more "pop" and vibrance, and still be pretty close the Factory paint scheme. Those three colors look great with the white Factory fiberglass parts, and definately the Factory wrinkle black and the white striping for a two-tone.ReplyDelete
Sonny has a chopper to go nuts on, stick with a late-'60's stock scheme on the dresser. But, like you said, you want suggestions, but I'm pretty sure you guys are leaning to one way on the final paint as we type.
how about a psychedelic black and white!ReplyDelete