St. Louis, MO (Vocus/PRWEB) March 22, 2011
U.S. Paint has recently introduced four new colors to its line of factory approved Honda Goldwing motorcycle paints. The colors match the newly designed 2012 Goldwings and are the only coatings manufactured in the United States that meet Honda Engineering Specifications (HES) and are approved by Honda for the painting of accessories and aftermarket items. All new colors will be marketed under the Insignia® label along with U.S. Paint’s other standard colors. The new standard colors are:
Pricing and ordering information along with Mixing and Application Guides are available on the company’s website at http://www.uspaint.com/paints/aftermarket-paints.asp.
Since U.S. Paint’s products are designed as an integrated coatings system, the company is also offering its industry leading clear coats as standard products. Known for their uniform gloss, superb protection and lustrous, wet-looking finish, these clear coats are critical to achieving the exact color and performance match of the factory applied coatings.
“We are excited about the opportunity to offer these new colors to the Goldwing community” said Ryan Luter, the newly appointed business development manager for the Honda Conversion and Accessory Market. “Not only does the market for Goldwing conversions and accessories continue to grow, but the unique characteristics and qualities of our Insignia paints has allowed us to sell these standard paints for many other applications.”
About U.S. Paint
U.S. Paint was founded in 1931 and has maintained a longstanding partnership as the paint and coatings supplier for the Motorcycle Division of American Honda Motor Company. The company manufactures and sells Honda’s approved motorcycle paint in smaller quantities for aftermarket applications. For more information, visit http://www.uspaint.com.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/motorcycle/paints/prweb8225156.htm
The unidentified 43-year-old worker was crushed by a collapsing wall caused by the earthquake off the east coast of Japan. Another 30 workers were reported injured. Read On: http://www.motorcycle.com/news/honda-reports-earthquake-fatality-90543.html