Did you clear coat yet?Ok I have been for ever trying to find the perfect paint that simulates chrome, well I finally found a paint that didn't brake the bank and is easy to use.
The reason I'm bringing this up is I'm considering giving the Springer fork a chrome look.
Spaz Stix mirror chrome paint has my vote, the pictures below demonstrates my experiment.
The piggy was painted with the deepest and darkest base coat clear coat that my paint bobber can make, the skull was painted with rustolium gloss black.
The piggy got three coats of the mirror chrome, pretty much heavy coats, the skull got one light coat and a wet dusting, neither has a clear coat over the chrome.
The skull is the winner, directions; spray three even coats etching primer, let dry couple hours, spray paint three even coats of gloss black, let dry one hour, spray paint one light even coat of mirror chrome, immediately cris cross at a further distance to fill in any empty spots, and that's it, the skull looks like chrome.
Clear coating, I'm gonna use a automotive clear with activator for durability...
Cool seat, bar work and lights.