Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color


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Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color

Postby GBKid » Fri May 06, 2016 8:48 am



I am looking for a used left front fender cover, martini beige in color, for a 1989 Honda Goldwing GL1500. This part fits all models from 1988-2000. This is the factory part number and paint code:

CVR, L. FR. *YR149M* (MARTINI BEIGE METALLIC)

61114-MN5-000ZC



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Re: Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color

Postby newday777 » Fri May 06, 2016 3:56 pm

Only in martini beige or other clors acceptable?

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Re: Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color

Postby NVSB4 » Fri May 06, 2016 5:22 pm

I would try looking for one on eBay, but they are going to be expensive and that particular color is going to be hard to find.
If it comes down to it, Cyclemax now sells a set here for $85 that are ready to paint.
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Re: Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color

Postby GBKid » Sat May 07, 2016 7:14 am

Thanks newday777 and NVSB4. I would prefer to try to find the right color in a used one. I also looked at the unpainted ones and worse case scenario if I can't find a used one I would go that route.

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Re: Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color

Postby FM-USA » Mon May 09, 2016 7:06 am

GBKid wrote:Thanks newday777 and NVSB4. I would prefer to try to find the right color in a used one. I also looked at the unpainted ones and worse case scenario if I can't find a used one I would go that route.

Suggestion:
You could get any color, spray it satin black and use electrical tape as pinstripe on the fender.
This hide/blend the panel in until you find the right one or it gets painted.
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1999SE Totaled by cager at 105,000 miles

Re: Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color

Postby newday777 » Mon May 09, 2016 9:41 am

https://touchupdirect.com/

Touch up direct has spray cans for $35 of color in water based automotive paint, plus the clear coat that I've heard good reports of.

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Re: Needed 1989 GL1500 Left Front Fender Cover Martini Beige Color

Postby GBKid » Mon May 09, 2016 12:31 pm

Thanks newday 777. I'm probably going to do just what you suggested. Your paint tip was the most economical way of going about it.




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