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Shuron Sidewinder Sunglasses
The Sidewinders are true Rock’n’Roll shades with that authentic Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison look you always wanted. Feature wider paddle style temples with sturdy hinges for increased comfort and long service. The lenses are made from Trivex, an urethane-based material with superior optics, ultra light weight and extreme strength.
Greasy Kulture Magazines
Greasy Kulture started in 1999 as an obsession and a love for the aesthetics of yesteryear, from the early motorcycle clubs that sprang up on America's west coast after WWII to the choppers and crazy customs of the 1960s. And today the publishers’ passion for old motorcycles and a life on two wheels is greater than ever. GKM is an independently published magazine about traditionally-styled old choppers and bobbers and yes, occasionally cars – from around the world: the USA, Europe, Japan, Australia and from as far away as Java and Malaysia. It is published six times a year.
Clay Smith Mr. Horsepower T-Shirts Navy
Cult T-shirts featuring Mr. Horsepower, the mascot of the car repair shop "Clay Smith Cams", which was founded in 1931. Mr. Horsepower represents a caricature of founder Clay Smith (1915-1954), who was known among "aficionados" as a Hot Rod icon and for his red hair.
MOON Baseball Shirts
The classic Mooneyes Baseball Shirts which have been around since the 1960s and probably will never go out of style. Available with either a small or large logo on the front, they all have the large "Moon Equipped" logo on the back.
Moon Mesh Caps
Classic mesh cap by Moon, clearly recognisable by the logo printed in the front centre. Additional features include a slightly curved foam bill, an adjustable snap closure and a plastic mesh in the back to keep your head cool, even in the heat.
In 1967, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, car and motorcycle customizer and father of Rat Fink, launched the Choppers Magazine, the first true custom bike magazine. It featured wild choppers and the first paintings by David Mann. Unfortunately, the magazine was discontinued by Roth in 1970 and the first Easyriders magazine was launched. In 2018, former WRENCH editor Cary Brobeck decided the world needed a Choppers Magazine comeback. He was to be proven right, and involved all his Easyriders Magazine friends after that venerable magazine gave up the ghost. ...
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