Who is Seattle Motorcycle Paint?
Take years of experience in collision work, throw in a passionate love affair with motorcycles, mix it together with hard work and artistic craftsmanship and you’ll find yourself standing in front of Seattle’s most original shop owner, Nic Shelton.
Specializing in custom motorcycle paint and bodywork, Nic views every dented fender and rusted gas tank as a blank canvas to create his next full throttle masterpiece. His can-do attitude and eye for perfection turns every customer’s bike into a personalized riding experience like no other.
Motorcycle Body Work
Whether it's fiberglass, metal fabrication or plastic material commonly used on modern bikes, Seattle Motorcycle Paint can do it all. We’re equipped with a team of bodywork specialists who take great pride in making sure your weathered parts are near factory condition before starting paint preparation.
To guarantee superior depth and detail on the finished product, Seattle Motorcycle Paint knows preparation is the most important step in the painting process. We only use high quality equipment including body fillers, sanding tools and industry chemicals to create the smoothest surface that’s ready for paint.
Using name-brand colors and media-types from flakes to pinstriping, we begin with a coat of epoxy primer sprayed on before the base coat to ensure all surfaces are smooth and without defects.
The next step involves an artistic touch by carefully applying coats of the desired base color. By exceeding manufacture curing times and temperatures, our talented specialists ensure that your paint is evenly baked on to perfection.
Note: Airbrushing, murals, and specialized projects available upon request.
Motorcycle Paint After Care
Before we deliver you the final masterpiece, we apply 1-5 clear coats based on your preference then polish the bike to mirror finish…now simply step back and enjoy a thing of beauty.
Don’t hesitate to contact us about any touch ups or simple repairs, because there’s nothing we value more than your bike outshining the rest on the street.