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Old 12-19-12, 07:26 PM
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Survey: Cost Of Frameset Respray

If you've had a frame and fork resprayed, would you be willing to say how much it cost?

Please feel free to add any additional information that might be useful - scope and complexity of the job, tips to remember, and so on.

I think it would be useful to have a thread that gives a sense of how much a respray costs, both to help in buy/sell decisions and to help when actually shopping around for a frame painter.

(I'm looking at a frame set that will be very desirable when correctly resprayed and redecaled, which is what brings this to mind.)
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Spectrum has their price list online: http://www.spectrum-cycles.com/repair.php
Stripping is $100, one color spray is $550 and things go up from there.
Their work is some of the best in the country, but you pay for it.
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A few years ago I took a bike to be powder coated. Frame and fork coated maroon, rear rack, chain guard, and fender stays coated yellow. It was cheap, less than $100 total from a generic power coating place in Portland. There are a few little spots that aren't perfect but you have to look really close. Its not a respray of the original paint because it was a pretty low end frame, but its a vast improvement over what it looked like.
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I've had three frames painted by Ed Litton in Pt. Richmond CA and have another in with him now. For a strip-down, one-color respray and decals, you are probably looking at $600, depending on if he has to track down the decals for you (depending on what it costs him, that price can go up, although probably not a lot). Pinstriping, second colors, masking off chromed lugs or stay and fork ends is onviously extra - more intricate work = higher cost. Not a big surprise. The job I currently have in with him involves rechroming (he farms that out) and repainting and redecalling - the best estimate going in was between $900 and $1,100 but could go higher.
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I've had a frame "touched-up" by a major name shop, a complete respray on another frame by a local motorcycle customizer (including pin stripe), and another two-color re-spray with custom painted lettering by a lesser-known bike painting shop with prices ranging from $200 to $450. I like all the results but the respray by the motorcycle guy was a pleasant surprise. I hand delivered and received each job, talked to each painter directly, and didn't pressure them on schedule.

I would still rather have the original paint job on any of my bikes.

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I've looked into this before too.

Here's the info for Cyclart (who are supposed to great work),
http://www.cyclart.com/refinish1.html

And Joe Bell's (who is supposed to do amazing work):
http://www.campyonly.com/joebell/price_list.html

Cyclart has different levels of paint pricing (Cat 3 - Cat 1) starting at 400 for frame and fork and Joe Bell's pricing starts at 600. Both of those pages list a variety of info on upgrades / custom stuff.
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Old 12-19-12, 08:53 PM
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I've had several frames repainted and a few restored, anywhere from a $100 powder coat to a full Joe Bell restoration on an '84 Olmo including a full set of original factory decals at $1200--for a single color with clear and I paid for stripping and chrome work separately which added another $250 to the total excluding shipping and insurance. I would mention that in my experience, regardless of who does your painting/restoration work by whatever means they do it, the chance of a windfall profit at some future sale is much less likely than a sale at a substantial loss against total project expense, barring a frame of exceptional rarity and desirability.
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What ever happened to Dr Deltron?
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I'm going to try to paint a frame for the first time, using a combination of randyjawa's technique and rhm's technique.
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The Color Factory Waretown NJ $139.95 single color....Nice serviceable paint job
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seattle powder coat charged about $150 to blast and coat my falcon frame and fork last year.
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Old 12-19-12, 09:47 PM
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Circle A in Providence, RI enjoy local fame for their paint jobs, which start at $400 for a single color of show quality.
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What ever happened to Dr Deltron?
Something went very wrong on a paint job he did for a forum member, and he said "to hell with it". And disappeared. I have no idea of the details, but it must have been one hell of a row, as Dr. Deltron never struck me as a high-strung guy. I later got his phone number, on the understanding that I only use it for bike restoration advice (no, he's not doing bike painting anymore), and have yet to call him.
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Local in the Richmond area, I've gotten powder coat jobs from $125-200 from Hanover Powder Coating that I really love and will continue to use the guys. (Includes blasting the frame.) For paint, we've got Bing Bicycle Company, the local custom builder, who I believe just charged Poguemahone $300.00 for a repaint of an upscale frame of his (can't remember which one). I'm meeting him later this month regarding that '68 PX-10 contract I've taken on.
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I had one done a number of years ago by a top tier painter in So Cal. It also involved stripping some bad chrome, outlined lugs and period correct decals. It took well over 6 months to get it back but I was very pleased with the result, it is superior to an original finish. $1500.

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Local in the Richmond area, I've gotten powder coat jobs from $125-200 from Hanover Powder Coating that I really love and will continue to use the guys. (Includes blasting the frame.) For paint, we've got Bing Bicycle Company, the local custom builder, who I believe just charged Poguemahone $300.00 for a repaint of an upscale frame of his (can't remember which one). I'm meeting him later this month regarding that '68 PX-10 contract I've taken on.
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I haven't had it done but from what it costs based on a few of my friends bikes. $120-150 for full strip amd basic repaint in one color quility paint or powder coat. $200-400 with stenciling repro work and proffesional pinstripping on lugs to give bike a close to original finish. This is why most of the C&V guys say do as much as you can to restore clean up retouch original paint before resorting to a repaint which may hurt the bicycles value.
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Strip and re-paint, powdercoat, one color $250. Same with paint, 400-$450
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Originally Posted by jyl View Post
If you've had a frame and fork resprayed, would you be willing to say how much it cost?

Please feel free to add any additional information that might be useful - scope and complexity of the job, tips to remember, and so on.

I think it would be useful to have a thread that gives a sense of how much a respray costs, both to help in buy/sell decisions and to help when actually shopping around for a frame painter.

(I'm looking at a frame set that will be very desirable when correctly resprayed and redecaled, which is what brings this to mind.)
Many times it helps to shop local. In Portland you can get anything from basic to hand-over-the-wallet.
I had a frame & fork powder coated by Brooker Enterprises for $120: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kHCh1E6REo and http://www.brookerenterprises.com/
Before that, I had one done by Class Act for about $150: http://www.classactpp.com/
Coat is a division of Vanilla Cycles: http://vanillabicycles.com/ordering/paint.shtml (I think they forgot to pay their bills.)
Rad Finishes is in North Portland: http://radfinishes.com/www.radfinish...rice_List.html
Acme Paint appears to be too busy to advertise, also: http://www.portlandmercury.com/portl...on?oid=1061321
Studio 112 looks to be on the "nuts" end of the spectrum: http://studio112.tumblr.com/
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This was about $600. Beadblast, primer, main color and alternate trim color, decals, clear topcoat. I could never have done this.



When I was researching for this bike, the powdercoating places were much cheaper. However I didn't like what few PC'ed bikes I saw.
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Dr. Deltron stripped, primered, and painted my '87 Paramount in single color with decals and clearcoat for $450, and did an excellent job.



Waterford stripped, primered, and painted my '40 Paramount in two colors (Tusk with Red head tube), with decals and pinstriping and clearcoat for $970 ($600 for base repaint, $120 for head tube, and $250 for box pinstriping and decals). They did a magnificent job.

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The Color Factory Waretown NJ $139.95 single color....Nice serviceable paint job
And if you have a commercial account it's even cheaper, we have had a couple of frames done by them and they looked fantastic for the price. I am hoping to send my Dawes Super Galaxy to them this coming summer, I am going to strip it & have them paint,decal & clear it for less then that price.

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I use http://wsfinish.com/ westside finishing for most of my powder jobs on non-lugged bikes. I am attending a Vicious cycles http://metalguru.viciouscycles.com/more/

painting class early next year and give it a try myself. I needed a sandblaster and an oven anyway. Now I just need the oven.

I have a local kid shooting some wet paint for me on an old Yeti. I should pick that up today.

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I used Porkchop in Vanceboro NC for painting. He strips, primes, paints, applies decals, and then multiple clears for $400-$550, depending on the masking and decals. http://www.porkchopcustoms.com/ Expect 3-4 months.

I used Tarheel Powdercoating in Sharpsburg NC for blasting and powdercoating. I get a volume discount, but he's under $100, one color, and you need to mask it yourself, one color. If you've got rust issues, etc, you need to fix those before he blasts and coats. He's not a repairman, rust technician, etc, so the more ready the frame is for being done, the better. Expect 1-2 weeks.

Next door is a body shop, so if you come down and wet-sand yourself a bit, then apply the decals, they'll shoot the clear for another $100 if they have a car in the booth already.
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since no one has covered the do it yourself job, i'll do it. if you have a aircompressor it can be done fairly cheap and easy. i have a sandblaster so thats what i use. but chemical stripper is easy to use and pretty cheap. once thats done i like to sand the bare frame to make sure i got everything smooth. i've used different brands of guns, but my favorite is a little detail gun from harbor frieght that was $12. primer 24.99 a quart, color 24.99 a quart and clear 24.99 a quart. i've painted outside in the cold and wind and still have gotten good results. wet sand inbetween coats and you can get a very nice look. so far i have painted 5 bikes this way and have been very happy with them. the paint has held up great and i have had no problems.
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