Greaserama), totally cool people and a fun time was had by all. These guys build some of the baddest ass chops & rods I've ever seen. Ricky gave me the grand tour of the shop - located in the seedy, industrial sections on lower Kansas City. We are talkin' ol' school gangster hoods of the 1920s, 30s and 40s . . . and their shop is right in the middle of it. So rad.
Make sure you zoom-in on Michael Geltz' totally retro white flake job on Shae's chopped Ranchero. Gassers, wagons, wheelie trucks . . . skate ramp in the back. What about that Caddy powered Ford Sedan???? Bonnie & Clyde would still be on the run if they had it back then . . . .
Triumph "Show Stopper" Drag Bike was like a piece of fine jewelry. Kaw with Turbo? Let's race ! Maybe not. All in the details and I just wish you could have all been there - very cool machinery, cool people - Very professional event. Even if you couldn't make it - they printed up 100 shirts - and you can get one by contacting Ricky at the ANCHOR blog. Ricky's family is so cool . . . Shae, you are my bro now ! See ya'll real soon . . .
don't forget . . . Mini Sturgis is the plan !