Done some ABS plastic fabrication and heat/solvent welding/bonding in the past, which lead me to my current project. I'm modding a late 70's Pacifico Shadow fairing to mount on my Kawasaki VN1600 cruiser. My project also uses a gauge set from a VN1700 Vaquero (which is not a plug and play conversion). I fabbed up ABS sheet stock into panels I'm bonding into the fairing to mount the gauge set. This is an in process pic of the development. That entire gauge panel above the two vents is the fabrication to mount the gauge set into the fairing, so it has a ways to go before it is complete: ABS sheet stock is easy to work, form, bend (with some heat), heat weld and solvent bond. I have a glass jar full of ABS chips and shavings that I've dissolved in Acetone. This creates an ABS slurry that I can use to fill gaps, create fillets in joints, reinforce panels. Since many motorcycle plastic panels are ABS its easy to modify/repair with some heat welding and or ABS plumbing cement (which is mostly Acetone). A friend of mine had some crash damage on the lowers on his Star Venture Royale. Some cracks, busted off mount bracket, even a ground down rounded edge. I was able to make all the repairs with Acetone, some heat welding and some ABS slurry, paint matched up quite well with Duplicolor spray cans.