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So I finally finished a bike I’ve been working on for my daughter. 

Ive been practicing the vinyl thing for a while and making the camo vinyl prints as well as applying them.  

This was a bike I dug out of a garage, original owner.  

Compleyey broke it down and did my thing to it. So I put a girls touch on it and my 12 yo will be sporting this.  

Dont be afraid to say what you think. 

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That is awesome! Very nice job, looks professionally done.  Looks like a factory brand new "special edition" Honda Recon.

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Good job bro. I would have went without the bark print on the seat and did pink camo. Looks great tho.

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Could plastidip the rims black. I say plastidip cause who cares if it gets messed up. Just respray

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Nice job. Daughteris going to love it. Would just add a small winch. That what my 7yo what's me to add to her polaris outlaw. 

 

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