Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thanksgivings!

Happy Turkey Day!

“I love Thanksgiving turkey... it's the only time in Los Angeles that you see natural breasts.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger

“An optimist is a person who starts a new diet on Thanksgiving Day.”
Irv Kupcinet

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Dave Airbrushing











Dave worked on Goose, from Canada's bike last night. He layed the flames and then airbrushed some color in there.

Monday, November 23, 2009

My new bike!


I bought this Saturday at a local auction. Can anyone identify it? The first person to comment what this motorcycle is called, I will send you a new 2010 Perewitz Creations calendar!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Interview IMS Show


Kicker Bagger



Check out the bagger we painted for Kicker at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. We have been using all Kicker stuff here on our bikes and the guys can't say enough good things about the product and customer service. Check them out http://www.kicker.com/

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Frank's Flathead

Remember that flathead I showed you pictures of a couple weeks ago?! Check it out now! Dirti is doing an awesome job with it.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Customer Service

By Thug Robinson

Great customer service from Dakota Digital:

Earlier this year, the "Baggah", a 2008 HD Road Glide, got a Perewitz "face lift".We added a full set of Dakota Digital blue gauges that replaced the HD stockers.

Very cool. Stock sucks...or at least could benefit from an alternative.

Anyway...in Sturgis, the oil temperature gauge lost an "element" which makes a digital gauge (for example an 8 looks like a 6) hard to determine the proper reading.

Bummed, I got the bike back and took it to FL. I decided to call Digital, worried that the time elapsed would negate any warranty. Plus, I don't like any parts of my bikes not perfect (obsessive that way, I guess).

Anyway, I called Digital and they sent a replacement straight away. They wanted the offending gauge returned and sent a UPS return label. I replaced the defective unit and send it back. My cost: my time replacing the gauge.

It was very cool that they did not want "proof" that my gauge wasn't working before they sent a replacement.

The "Baggah" is perfect again to make its appearance at Bike Week, 2010.Kudos to Dakota Digital!

Thug

Monday, November 2, 2009

Cycle Source Year in Review

I just happen to come across this... Check it out and vote!!!
Make sure to check off Jody Perewitz!

http://www.cyclesource.com/yearinrev.htm