.....But I really liked it better when it was in flat brick red primer. IMHO- He ruined it!...
.......It originally had a rawness to it that made it seem more rugged and a good radical but fun rider. It had "attitude"!
... "It had more of a backstreet, garage built chopper attitude that did not take itself too seriously. Kinda more jeans and T-shirt practical that you would not mind riding this radical custom everyday... so what if it's got bugs on it or paint chips! It would just add to the character of the build..."
... plus the raised body work detail stood out!
However, now that it has a "dolled up" $15,000 paint job????........ "Its all suit and tie GQ! Don't want to take that thing outta the climate controlled garage and expose it to the elements after I spent 6hrs with the wax and clay bar trying to keep up that paint... Much less ride it across country and get paint chips from road gravel.. Or then have to spend another half day cleaning and detailing it after all the bugs that get splattered on it..."
....Now it's a trailer gueen!! You can't see the textured body work he put into it anymore because all that multi-tone paint and pin-striping hides it. Plus it now has this tacky late 90's "Chopper Fad" era cliche to it!!... It's like a fine woman, who is fundamentally a natural knock out beauty, but has cheapened herself with trendy clothes, too much botox, and way too much make up!.........UGGGHHH!