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American Chopper/Orange County Choppers: The Fine Art of the Custom Motorcycle

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The hit television series "American Chopper" portrays the tension, tirades, and triumphs of the father-and-son team of custom motorcycle builders known as Orange County Choppers. The show captures the family dynamics and fiery exchanges, showcasing the pair's contrasting styles but similar passions as they create remarkable, one-of-a-kind motorcycles. Similarly, "American ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published September 27th 2005 by Hugh Lauter Levin Associates (first published 2005)
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Courtney
I have to admit, this book is intriguing. I bought it for Kevin, but it's got some pretty sweet bikes in it. I'm drawn to the chrome. Maybe this book is partially responsible for the fact that we now have 2 motorcycles in the garage... I won't be riding! But I guess I have started enabling :)
Varmint
I hate these guys. Motorcyclists have a nice quiet subculture going. It may seem loud, but you all have no idea what's really going on. And these jackasses are ruining it. I view them the way blacks view a minstrel show.
Well, maybe that's an awkward analogy. But you get the idea.
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