All those people who tought the Madone paint job was bland,

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C-40
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by C-40

Racing Aardvark wrote:for an extra $500 for a paint job, I'd rather go for this deal:
http://www.cervelo.com/hottubes.html


those ain't too pretty either..........

What is the most beautiful paint job you ever saw?????

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by nikh

C-40 wrote:What is the most beautiful paint job you ever saw?????


For me pretty much anything Leni Fried touchs.
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A custom paintjob can look very nice. (I couldn't find Simoni's - His is even nicer)

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But then again, No paint/Very little can look very nice aswell.

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by Racing Aardvark

C-40 wrote:
Racing Aardvark wrote:for an extra $500 for a paint job, I'd rather go for this deal:
http://www.cervelo.com/hottubes.html


those ain't too pretty either..........


the point was thet for $500 you can have an actual CUSTOM one, rather than pick the colors for one of trek's "custom" paintjobs...and no, I wouldn't put any of the examples on one of my bikes, but there's plenty of other stuff I would do!

and Sacchi's Cannondale is pretty damn slick..

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I have to admit that those two c-dales are nice- elegant flames- the scale seems right for a bike as opposed to the truck sized ones on the Trek.....

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