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I have a 90's Fuji MTB that I upgraded the wheels and a few cosmetic things. I'm thinking about getting it sanded, powder coated black, and put back together again. Can anyone recommend a shop and/or give me an idea how much I should expect to spend on this?

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Just had my 1979 Rampar Touring 14 powder coated this winter. Had the guys at Urban Powdercoat do it. $100 for the frame and fork, turn around time of about 2-3 weeks, great quality. PM me if you want their info.

That is frakking beautiful.  What are you using there for a protector on the chainstay?

If this were BikeForums.net I'd have to say the fork looks bent but I'm sure it's just the camera angle.

Matthew Swartwout said:

Just had my 1979 Rampar Touring 14 powder coated this winter. Had the guys at Urban Powdercoat do it. $100 for the frame and fork, turn around time of about 2-3 weeks, great quality. PM me if you want their info.

Beautiful work!  I especially enjoyed the creative ones: tiki bike, plaid, flower bike, and Schwinn retro.  The Marshall Field's tribute is fun, too.

Andy Pielet said:

Check out Chester Cycles on the NW side, they do some good work:

 

http://www.chestercycles.com/

Haha actually that's just blue painters tape. It's just temporary until I get a clear chainstay protector. The fork is not straight if that's what you mean, it does curve forward at its ends.


James BlackHeron said:

That is frakking beautiful.  What are you using there for a protector on the chainstay?

If this were BikeForums.net I'd have to say the fork looks bent but I'm sure it's just the camera angle.

Matthew Swartwout said:

Just had my 1979 Rampar Touring 14 powder coated this winter. Had the guys at Urban Powdercoat do it. $100 for the frame and fork, turn around time of about 2-3 weeks, great quality. PM me if you want their info.

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