10.04.2010 Uncategorized 1 Comment

Green Shifty Flake

This guy wasn’t prepared for this level of coolness with this paint job. He bought an 81 iron head sportster that was stock. He stopped in to a motorcycle shop called Texas Bike Works to get some oil and they started talking about bikes. This shop owner had a frame that was just perfect for this sporty and that is where it all started. The tear down began when the sporty blew a head gasket.

A few color schemes were tossed around (all with flake in mind) but it came down to a shifty green metal flake from old school flake. The owner of the bike said “do whatever with the paint, I trust you.”

…Well, whenever I hear someone say that, I get some really crazy ideas-I mean crazy! But I haven’t gone through with the extremes yet because I am not ready to corrupt children’s minds that might see my perverted visual monstrosities from a school bus window.   Maybe tomorrow I’ll feel differently

So we stayed green shifty flake with an asymmetrical design that is a mutation between low rider and demonic fantasy.

One Response to “Green Shifty Flake”

  1. b-mash says:

    Are those pot leaves on the bottom of the tank?! Shhhh… I didn’t see anything.

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