This video is the second video of my new mini bike series. I’ll be making videos of all the modifications I do to my new Coleman ct200u mini bike. From visual upgrades to engine modifications I’ll be bringing you along with me as I learn and hopefully teach you how to work on your own mini bike.
In this video I do my first visual modification to the new Coleman CT200u mini bike. I initially wanted to buy the red mini bike, but ended up having to get the tan and camouflage mini bike because it was the only one I could find in my area. So, I decided to paint the front and rear fenders and also the chain guard. I’ve always like rat rods, so why not just do an faux patina paint job on it? Yup, thats what I did! In this video I’ll show you how I did a faux patina paint job on my Coleman CT200u mini bike. I used a rust colored primer for the primer base coat and then painted an army green color for the top coat. Then I sanded down the green paint in areas on the fenders causing the rust colored paint to show through. Once I was happy with the look I used a clear spray paint to make a nice clear coat over the top. I really like how it turned out, hopefully you enjoy the video! Thanks for watching!