JT’s Custom Paint Garage was founded in 1999 and continues to provide high-quality custom paint and airbrushing. Our focus is motorcycles, and we have developed solid relationships with many area Harley-Davidson dealers and motorcycle shops.

We custom paint street rods, classic cars, show vehicles, and a variety of other items, including a jet plane.

Unique to our shop is custom paint repair. This is a specialty few painters can offer, as it takes great knowledge of paint process, color matching, and artistic reproduction.

Interested in some custom paint or airbrushing?

Email, call the shop @ (315) 933-8027 or stop out (we always recommend calling first).

What is the timeline?

Timelines and scheduling can vary, but we will do our best to project accurate completion dates when we discuss your project.  While we are a busy shop, we have found our turn-around time is significantly better than many other shops.  Scheduling in advance and avoiding peak season (for us it is usually March-April) increases the likelihood of a quicker turnaround.

How do you price a job?

Depending on the scope of the project, we can provide an estimate based on your budget and priorities.  Typically we will provide a flat price on bike projects, unless you are looking at highly elaborate mural work.  We produce only show-quality finishes and use proven high-quality materials, so we caution you to factor this in when getting quotes elsewhere.  Saving a few bucks is often not worth the difference in quality.  If you provide us details or pictures of your bike along with what you would like done, we will be happy to provide you a quote.




    1. Hi Teresa, we are typically in the shop Monday through Friday 9-5 but have flexibility when needed. We always recommend calling before stopping out as things come up often and it’s a long drive for most.


    2. Hi Teresa. We are typically in the shop M-F 9-5 with flexibility to connect with customers as needed. We always recommend calling first as it’s a long drive for most and there are a lot of anomalies in our day.


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