Our Co-Mo is an aluminum framed Roadster. We got it used and as such did not get to choose the paint scheme.
While I don't mind the color / paint scheme, I am constantly drawn towards awe seeing some of the polished tandems.
I've never seen or heard mention of Co-Motions being offered as polished aluminum. So is it a blunder to strip and buff the oem paint which is in very good condition with only a couple of scratches, or should I leave well enough alone and enjoy their quality finish.
Has anyone ever owned or seen an Easton tubed 7005 bike polished?