Spray Can Paints
I'm a BIG believer in John Pierce's paints and have a beautiful 1947 FL on which I used his blue paint to prove it. I plan on using his paints on my 1964 Sportster and my 1953 FLE. And as an added plus, he's a great guy and always very helpful with application questions.
One of my current projects is a rag-tag bar-hopper that I wish to assemble using the limited resources (hopefully not the limited knowledge) that I had in the 1960's when I first started in this grand lifestyle. Among other things that we did back then was to paint our bikes using spray can candy paints. If I remember, these paints were laquer and acrylic enamels and there were a whole host of very beautiful colors readily available at your local auto parts store. Boy, has the EPA 'solved' that problem! In lieu of the availability of these paints it looks like krylon primer - which we also did. I have found duplicolor paints online, but they don't seem to address what I'm looking for.
I'm no painter and have no desire to start shooting paint at this point in my life - I leave that skill to the profssionals like Pierce. But I would love to try a spray can job one more time!
Does anyone know if these or similar spray-bombs are still avaliable and if color chips are available??
Huntington, New York