We have been working closely with MB developements in Doncaster on a few of their machines heres a quick peek at some of the artwork we have supplied them
The 'Lambrettaspares.com' Bike
As normal, all 100% paintwork, no stickers here!!! full pictures of the complete bike coming soon!!
The SCHWALBE TYRES bike
Same Here, no stickes just 100% paint and airbrush work!!
for you our potential customer here we show you some of the processes and the complete bikes we have done. there are a few things you need to consider when building a good restored or custom lambretta,
You will need a dry build!! they dont fit back together as easy as they come apart, as with most new panels are used and will need a bit of magic here and there to get them to fit correctly, we will do this for you!!!!
is your frame straight? when we start a dry build this is the first thing we check!!! once bolted to our frame we check this for you, if its out, we can fix this for you, remember if your frames bent what are the chances of your panels fitting correctly!!!
here is just some of the processes that your bike, scooter, lambretta or vespa will go through to acheive our award winning paintwork.
Here's the lambretta all fresh back from the blasters, bolted to our custom made frame and all measurments are now done and the frame is now checked for straightness.
any fabrication and welding is now done at this stage and the dry build is carried out to ensure a good fit of body work before any bodywork and paintwork is carried out, this one had front end damage and damage to the side of the lambretta also there were a couple of splits that needed welding, see pictures below
with all welding and panel beating complete, we perfect any imperfections with a good body filler, we believe that if your panel work is done correctly you only need a small amount of bodyfiller just to level out minor imperfections, then we start to apply the primer
below is our frame and the damaged panels after they have been preped and primered
Further prep and application of topcoats still to come,