Tuesday, October 12, 2010

03 TiCJ :: Boss Repaint :: Yatsugatake

This 2003 Titanium Crown Jewel came back for a new paint job.

This frameset features the colors: 2011 Boss Blue, Vanilla Shake and Black with exposed shotpeened titanium rear end.

At this point they thought it would be a good idea to upgrade their fork to a new ENVE 2.0, painted to match. (good idea)

It still has the original seat collar...

... and the original Steling Silver headbadge with 7+ year old patina.

Good as new... maybe better.

- t.e.

9 comments:

Prez said...

Man that is hot!

John Mellor said...

One of the best I have seen you guys do.

Craig T said...

Any "Before" pictures for dramatic effect? That is hot!

Tyler said...

very nice paint job. The only thing I have a question about/have an issue with is the logo on the inside fork -- wont it get really grimy and/or chip easily there?

d. yano said...

Craig T, I've sent Tyler "before" photos.

MM said...

That makes me feel all warm and funny...be back in five...

Anonymous said...

the best sustainable example You can find

IF is green definitely

my grand mother used to tell me "poors can't afford buying cheap product!" believe me she knows what she means she is 105 y/old living alone and was a first hour resistant during WWII helping english paratroopers and pilots to get back to UK.
IF is what a smaller planet need great product made for a life long use.

Fat Chance said...

is the blue a stock color?

Indy Fab said...

The blue is a new stock color called Boss Blue, an obvious reference to Boss Mustangs. It's part of a series of colors that play off of American muscle car heritage. Others include Barracuda Purple, Omaha Orange, Velocity Yellow, and Sprout Green.