Any way I did take photos of the finished product. I painted the frame outside where it is a damp 45* , out in the wood shed so I wouldn't get red paint dust all over everything in the garage. I didn't feel like going through the effort of building a makeshift paint booth. Any way the moisture in the air left a chalky white film on the finish as it was drying even after bringing it into the garage with the wood stove going. I used the heat gun to warm the frame up and see if the white would go away when dried and yes it did. Leaving a very nice glossy flash red finish.
I also prepped and painted the sub frame but have not taken photos of it yet, when I do I will post them on this post. While I was in the Prep and Paint mode I sanded and painted the foot pegs to a nice glossy black finish.