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Anyone heard of this company?

I am wondering of the possibility of working with this company to manufacture replacement body panels for our beloved bikes!

Here is a quote from their site on ebay

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L P M Plastic Motorcycle Parts


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Hi There,welcome to our shop.We manufacture replica polyurethane plastic motorcycle parts such as side panels,tailpieces & badges. We also provide a prototype parts service for almost anything, just contact us for further information. Hope you find what your looking for. Happy shopping ."


Just wondering if there would be interest in contacting them to see what it would take?

I know there is a survey feature on the site, but do not know how to set one up. Perhaps we can kick off a survey and see how much interest there is. I we could approach them with some interest, they may be more willing to work with us?
 

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Anyone heard of this company?

I am wondering of the possibility of working with this company to manufacture replacement body panels for our beloved bikes!

Here is a quote from their site on ebay

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L P M Plastic Motorcycle Parts


Maintained by:Member id kwakyracer ( Feedback Score Of 2223Red star icon for feedback score in between 1,000 to 4,999) eBay Store
Hi There,welcome to our shop.We manufacture replica polyurethane plastic motorcycle parts such as side panels,tailpieces & badges. We also provide a prototype parts service for almost anything, just contact us for further information. Hope you find what your looking for. Happy shopping ."


Just wondering if there would be interest in contacting them to see what it would take?

I know there is a survey feature on the site, but do not know how to set one up. Perhaps we can kick off a survey and see how much interest there is. I we could approach them with some interest, they may be more willing to work with us?
Its worth a shot. I think polyeurethane is softer than abs though. ?????

A few yrs ago the guy on American restorations had to get a hardees sign reproduced. The guy he found to do the job had a cnc 'scanner' to scan the sign in 3-d, then a router made a mould for the sign. I thought of that concept also.
 

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Hi Tony, nice to see another PA member. I'm in Middletown, you?
I think it's worth a survey, btw
 
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