This Yamaha R1 owned and raced by Ash at Swinton Motorcycles Ltd, had a full custom paint job including all the stipes in the livery being painted into the fairings.

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With over 20 years experience in the servicing, racing of modern and classic motorcycles. Over the years they have adapted to the changing needs of the modern motorcyclist, working with their customers to bring them the best value and quality of service which they pride themselves on.

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This Bike tank from a Norton Commando, underwent a repair on the tank. Due to the stripping on the side of the tank being painted and not a vinyl the customer contacted us due to word of mouth in the bike community from previous jobs of a similar nature where the tank stripes are painted and lacquered into the tank.

This Bike tank from a 1947 Manx Norton, underwent a repair on the rear of the tank. Due to the stripping on the side of the tank being painted and not a vinyl the customer contacted us due to word of mouth in the bike community from previous jobs of a similar nature where the tank stripes are painted and lacquered into the tank.

The repair was carried out and the tank stripes re-painted onto the tank.


Another of our customers vehicles which has made its way to the Isle of man, This 1978 Honda C90 underwent a full nut and bolt restoration including total paint removal and repaint, as well as new plastics all round.

Owned by company owner Craig, Here is his 1984 Suzuki GS850, Previously a feature bike in Motorcycle Mechanics magazine due to it being the first chain drive converted GS850 in the UK, Now also transformed into a immaculate café racer.

After being contacted by one of our customers for a price to paint their 1974 Volkswagen campervan, They had carried all the repairs to the vehicle themselves and removed all the windows as well as left the vehicle with the bare minimum legal running gear for them to drive the vehicle to us. We quoted them for the job and they finished a few repairs they was working on at the time of quotation. A month later they was ready to brave the windowless drive back to us for us to paint the vehicle.

Upon completion in the customers chosen coloured top and bottom sections of the vehicle, ready for the customers harrowing windowless drive back home to finish rebuilding.

We are proud to say that inside the oldest motorcycle museum on the Isle of Man established in 1964.

With over 150 bikes, one of which being a Honda RC30 which was painted here at C&S Pro Spray.


Our customer first approached us with his 2002 Mk4 Astra SXI asking us about fully respraying his vehicle in two separate colours,

After we inspected the vehicle in the quotation stage of the job we pointed out any repairs to the customer and decided on a plan of action.

To begin we firstly stripped back the car to get a better view of the job in hand by removing panels from the vehicle and highlighting any points on the vehicle that will need repairing.

We agreed with the customer that the best place to start would be by cutting out both rear arches and welding in two brand new replacement arches to the vehicle.

The original ones were corroded beyond a point of repair and made more sense for them to be replaced using two brand new repairs panels.

After completing a few other repairs to the exterior of the vehicle and having the main visible sections of the body now taken care of,

We moved onto another request from the customer which was to underseal the under side of the vehicle,

So after using various cleaning and preparation methods to get the underside of the vehicle ready to receive underseal,

We checked for any underside corrosion before then coating the underside of the vehicle with underseal.

Now with both the outside of the vehicle and the underside of the vehicle ready to accept paint, we transfer the vehicle from our prep bay and into the paint booth,

This is then followed by a thorough cleaning using both solvent based and water based pre-clean to remove any contamination on the vehicle.


With the vehicle now free from any contamination, we can apply the black basecoat colour that the customer has chosen the top section of the vehicle to be.

After applying the basecoat the vehicle is then clear coated and baked to harden.

Once the vehicle has hardens it can then be flatted to remove any contamination and then re-prepared to accept paint.

Once the vehicle has been prepared to accept paint again, we then mask the vehicle to accept the lower section of  the vehicles colour.

After applying the customer choice of blue to the lower of the vehicle we then remove the masking and re-mask the vehicle so that we can clear coat the full vehicle as one.

This allows us to then later polish the vehicle so that the line where the black and blue colours meet around the vehicle cannot be felt by hand.

Now with the vehicle fully clear coated it can be removed from the paint booth and into our polishing area, here we flatted the vehicle to remove any contamination in the paintwork,

We also flatted away the “orange peal” as requested by the customer.

We now begin the reassembly process by carefully reinstalling all the parts on the vehicle carefully making sure not the mark the fresh paint.


With the vehicle fully reassembled we give the vehicle a clean inside and out to make sure any dirt or dust gathered while being in the workshop.

Once the vehicle is clean we can tell the customer their vehicle is ready to collect.