Motorcycle Fairing Repair on abs plastic - Paint Part 4

Prepping, primer and painting the plastics. Painting the fairings after all the prepping. Then I'll be heading off to my friend's paint shop to shoot the final clear coat with a spray gun. The rattle cans end up with too much orange peel.

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