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Old 10-18-12, 07:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Grand Bois View Post
Don't do it. It will definitely devalue the bike, especially since you obviously don't know much about painting.
Yeah, but a PSV-10 in rough condition is hardly an investment instrument. If he wipes out half the value with a rattlecan, then he's out what, $100?

The real issue, IMO, is that unless the existing paint is truly awful, and he's wiling to invest the time, money, and effort to learn and then apply good quality spray paint, then the results are going to be worse than what he's already got.
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