I have posted this elsewhere but thought I might get some more advice on the subject from a broader community. I have a project bike I purchased, it is a 2005 Model Triumph Daytona 600. I really like Cafe Racers and would like to turn it into one, I know it could never truly be one but I figured I would give it a shot. Its a repairable write off, but all the damage was mainly in the fairings, so my original idea was tossing up between a track bike and a streetfighter, neither of which appealed to me too greatly and it didn't particularly cross my mind for a cafe project as the bike is relatively new. But the style I really like is the cafe. So thats what I decided upon. I have already purchased a Bates style 4.75 inch headlight which I am painting black, I have the exhaust wrap in black, and I plan on getting a small LED tail light with side bits for indicators and positioning for the plate. I'm looking at eiher the modern motorcycle companies indicators or the ones ellaspede sell. I have removed the rear subframe in the hopes that I will be able to have a new one manufactured that more resembles the Cafe look. I will be making my own tail section using fibreglass, and constructing my own seat as well. The paint I am hoping to do myself firstly the engine as it looks fairly ratty I want to do in a gloss black and the tank, mudguards and tail will be the motospray dark grey which is similar to gunmetal and white racing stripe, but the stripe will follow the contours on the top of the tank which kind of start separately and go into one, then would move out again after the fuel cap. At the moment its at bare bones kind of, I have taken off everything that is being changed and its basically ready to be built back up to what it is going to look like. Pictures are below, I would really like to hear some feedback as my girlfriend is getting sick of hearing me talk about bikes.