Welcome to a website of an old man who never grew up and made the mistake of entering a life of racing which started at the age of 29 and continues today at over 70. I make things to improve the aesthetics of vintage motorcycles and snowmobiles because that’s what I like. If you are here, we share common interests. Read on, my friend.
I attempt to create products you can’t find anywhere else. I attempt to make higher quality parts than you can find elsewhere. And if I blow it and fail you in some way you’ll find me doing double backflips to make you whole.
In these pages I am presenting you with a ton of information. If any is confusing, needs correction or stimulates questions in your mind, contact me anytime. My e-address is firstname.lastname@example.org (new address for 2018) and my mobile number is 952-607-6063.
I rarely respond to questions posted on my web page because I don’t visit my page often
I never respond to questions on Facebook because I hate the way it navigates
You can’t order any of my products on line. I have a rule: I must talk with each customer
We motorcyclists know how evil ethanol is to fiberglass tanks, engine parts and long term storage in a motorcycle. It gums up carbs and fouls tanks. To those who live on the east or west coast, your gas is worse than in other parts of the country. Here’s simple fix and cheaper, long term, than the cost of high octane premium non-ethanol gas where it’s available.
Ross Obernuefemann from Ballwin, MO, is known in the motorcycle community because he rides around on his street tracker with a Jack Terrier on the tank. He sent me his tank for a repair.
I noticed a clear layer of vinyl on his tank that was looking ratty. I asked him what it was and he told me it protected his tank from claws. I suggested he use another approach, a snap on/snap off removable cover. He said okay in a hesitant way because he was leary of what I had in mind. I am showing him for the first time (and you) what I created.
My Buddie Dave Wells in Rochester NY has just released a new vintage snowmobile book. Dave is a snowmobile specialist and writes for SnowGoer magazine.
This book covers interesting sleds from 1968 to 1986. 28 collectable sleds are covered, each on two pages and he mentions the 70s stock racing war in his 126 page hardbound book. Over 100 color photos.