Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Hotrod Havoc #4

Remember!! Next friday, free Europe premiere; "Hotrod Havoc" in Bad Salzuflen.
Maker Arie van Schyndel will be there in person.

Turn me on!

Bill's bathroom light switch

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Rockin' Jalopy

No better places to meet old and new friends. Good times at the Jalopy last weekend!Garage Maniacs Harry, Rene, Philip, Erik and Rinus
threw in some old iron!

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Choppertown Nation Meeting 2011

Well, it's rather strange when you make an illustration, and make it into a poster/ flyer, and find it posted on other sites and blogs before you can post it yourself. But.... tadaaaaaa, here it is!!
The flyer for the upcomming chopper frenzy in Germany next year! This edition's gonna be massive, believe me. And did you you see all the companies that are involved?
Now you don't have to be a member of the Choppertown nation (though signing up is free) to come to the party, but it could be that members will get some advantages. Now , this party is just over the Dutch border, and pretty close to Belgium too. Hell, when you live in Switzerland, Austria,France, Italy, Denmark.... or even more up north remember one thing; your Chopper is made to ride! Ride it up here!
Keep updated here.


Friday, November 12, 2010

*WIN*WIN*WIN* blahblahblah

Now Lutz went to Speyer a couple of weeks ago and landed at the Flaming Star. Nothing special you might think, but; first who sees what Lutz secrets mission was will get absolute brilliant prices!! Well... sort of that is. You'll get three promotional Greaseheadquarters postcards and the Greaseheadquarters sticker!!! Oh my, delivered for free!! Now I know that what he did is almost sacrilege, but it was a nice surprise I'd say! Thanks Lutz (no Saint)!

Autumn wrenching

So last week I went to Martin for a cup of coffee. I also wanted to see a handle bar Tjebbe left at Martin's for me to try. Unfortunately I didn't liked it. Than Martin started to pick a couple of bars from his garage to try on my bike. Ussualy this should take about ten minutes. But... well.... it became a hour and a half. the thread from my throttle assembly was copletely fucked and finaly I used one from Martin's bike to get home. But hey, I love this 60's Z-bar way better than the old set up!
And oh, did I tell you already that is was really, really cold!!! Why are we not doing this kind of shit in the garage? Anyone? 'Cause I haven't got a clue!!

Rockin' Jalopy's

Now you just know you gotta be there!!