Tuesday, March 30, 2010

History of Motors

My dad noticed a week or so ago that we had a row of different motors! I recently got a new V-Plus engine from Crazy Horse so I decided to add that to the picture.
V-Plus, Shovelhead, Panhead, Evo, & Big Twin






Friday, March 19, 2010

Dave & the Fonz

Check out Dave with Henry Winkler, AKA Fonzie from Happy Days.




Thursday, March 18, 2010

The flood waters

This past weekend it rained and rained and rained here in New England. It wasn't sprinkles, it poured the whole weekend into Monday. Check out some of the photo's I took of the flood water on my way to work.
All I have to say is thank god it's not snow!
Today is a beautiful day, it's only 11 am and it's already 59 degrees out! A nice day for a bike ride!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Happy Green Day!










Hope you enjoy some delicious cornbeef and cabbage!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Check us out at Barnetts

Our friend Wendy did a cool piece on our Bike Nights. Check it out!

http://www.barnettharley.com/index.php/eventsshows/item/2712-kickin/'-back-with-dave-on-bike-night

Our Bike Nights start June, mark the dates on your calendar!

June 9th (due to Laconia it's early!)
July 21st
August 18th
Sept. 15th

Monday, March 8, 2010

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Coco



We were at a show a couple weekend ago, when we met Coco, as in Ice-T's wife! She was very friendly but you couldn't help stare at her!

Monday, March 1, 2010

Perewitz to be featured at World of Wheels

Motorcycle whiz Perewitz to be featured at Bayside Expo

A Bridgewater resident who fabricates custom motorcycles will be among the auto enthusiasts exhibiting custom vehicles at the 36th annual Town Fair Tire World of Wheels (www.worldofwheels.com) custom car show at Boston’s Bayside Expo Center March 12-14.

The show will pack Bayside with its now familiar mix of custom cars, an expected 300, and special attractions. Most of the custom vehicles are created by area automotive buffs, and the local Bridgewater resident exhibiting his custom creation in this year’s show is Dave Perewitz of Perewitz Cycle Fabrications in Bridgewater.

Perewitz has been building and customizing motorcycles since the early ’70s. Working from his family-run shop in Bridgewater, he builds one-of-a-kind, hand-built creations popular for their blend of design, engineering, performance and beauty - and being a gifted painter, he is well known for his flame designs.

Many celebrities have commissioned Perewitz for custom builds, including Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford, Hulk Hogan, NASCAR’s Tony Stewart, Ray Evernham, Kyle Petty, Brooks & Dunn and many more. His reputation for excellence was heightened further when he competed in two Biker Build-Offs for the Discovery Channel’s popular cable program.

Last year, he exhibited his work at the Shelburne Museum in Vermont called “Full Throttle: Vintage Motorcycles, Custom Choppers and Racing Machines - The art of the bike from iconic American classics to one-off choppers and racing bikes built for speed.”

The Town Fair Tire “World of Wheels,” holder of Bayside’s weekend attendance record, each year attracts local creators of custom vehicles of all types, representing millions of dollars worth of one-of-a-kind hot rods, customs, street rods, collectibles, race cars, antiques, restorations, tuners and more. The show also always offers spectators the chance to meet and get free autographs from celebrities, to see specialty vehicle exhibits and to be entertained by many other attractions for the whole family.

Making personal appearances at this year’s show will be television and movie star and director Henry “Fonzie” Winkler, who became famous originally as The Fonz on TV’s “Happy Days,” Debby Ryan, who plays Bailey Pickett on the Disney Channel’s “Suite Life on Deck,” WWE diva Melina and UFC superstar Rich Franklin. Appearance times are available at www.worldofwheels.com.

Special automotive exhibits will include Drag City USA and Motorama. Drag City USA and will feature Kalitta’s ’67 Bounty Hunter, Prudhomme’s ’70 Wynns Winder and Garlits’ ’60 Swamp Rat III, ’62 Swamp Rat IV and ’66 Swamp Rat VIII. Motorama will show off traditional rods, customs and bobbers not seen at other Boston-area car shows. Spectators also will be able to shop an automotive memorabilia and toy show.

The 7-foot-tall Comic Bot singing and dancing robots will perform in the Town Fair Tire booth during the weekend, and East Coast Championship Wrestling and Boston Derby Dames roller derby demonstrations will be staged in the show’s Action Arena all weekend.

The 36th annual Town Fair Tire World of Wheels show hours are Friday, March 12, 5-10:30 p.m., Saturday, March 13, 10 a.m.-10:30 p.m., and Sunday, March 14, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for children 6-12, and free for children 5 and under. Discount coupons for $2 off adult and children’s tickets will be available at participating Town Fair Tire stores. Boston’s Bayside Expo Center is located off I-93 at Columbia Road and is a short walk from the MBTA Red Line’s JFK/UMass stop. Free shuttles will run to and from the T stop during show hours.

The Town Fair Tire World of Wheels is part of the Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series sanctioned by the International Show Car Association custom competition and produced by Championship Auto Shows Inc. More than a million spectators annually attend 18 Championship Auto Shows motorsports events under the Autorama, World of Wheels and Cavalcade of Customs names. Visit www.worldofwheels.com.