I kinda like them if they are done right......faint yet accenting the the lines of the twisted steel and sex appeal. LOLDeadRiver said:i haven't seen it on many titans but i have seen it on the armadas quite a bit.. generally a double line the top being thicker.. of course it's not really pin stripping, it's stickers.. lame.
as stated above it follows the fender lines.
there are also a few titans on the forum with graphics on the side if you wanted to get a bit wilder.
There is a guy in Jersey, and old hot rodder, that still does it all by hand. he's done a few surfboards for my buddy and I'm dying to have him stripe my plastic engine cover and maybe rear bib. The problem is, like my buddy, he works when he feels like it, so reliability is a factor. It's really an amazing thing to watch, I just don't think I have the hand to do it though.roy365 said:I kinda like them if they are done right......faint yet accenting the the lines of the twisted steel and sex appeal. LOL
Yeah noone really gets into the paint striping much.......guess after qualudes and such went away and speed took over noone has the time!!!! :jester:
How about an American built look with .5cm blue stripe on top, .3cm space, then .3cm red stripe, .3cm space, and another .3cm red stripe.MantAscona said:Now to choose what colors.................