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Where can I get a good respray done in Birmingham area?

Currently doing up an old 1980s Raleigh Clubman. Lovely old bike but the crimson paintjob isn't my cub of tea so I'd like to have it resprayed. Can anyone reccommend somewhere local?

Thanks very much

Matty

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City Powder Coating will strip and powder coat your frame from about £20 upwards. 
Sounds good to me. Cheers Chris, appreciated
Spoke to a mate the other week who used to run 202426 bike shop at the custard factory.  Says that Bournes has been taken over by one of the employees, and they now take a lot more care over the work they do on bike frames... so may be worth another visit

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