First, a couple iPhone shots from inside the Orange Workshop/Showcase (Maybe the world's smallest store). We're usually here on weekends so come by and say hello. If we're in back we can't hear so call us and let us know you're stopping by. We'll make a fresh pot of coffee.
A portable display case I put together for the Hippodrome smalls.
A shot inside the showcase.
Lori assembling Bondorella's brakes with Bomonster support.
"53" the guy on my right is Greg Landers. We saw him at the El Camino Swap Meet the other day. A friend asked how we knew him and Lori said, "He kicked Brians butt at the races." Hey...it's only'cause he's way faster than me! Here's a link to his blog. http://greglanders.blogspot.com/
|I'm still looking for the Dell Orto carburetor pictured here. This was the only one I found but it was attached to a bike. The good news it appears the old Jawa Speedway is worth more than I thought!|
Here's Lori with the only surviving Fonzi bike from Happy Days. Bud Ekins built it and sold it to his friend Marshall Ehlers many years ago. It's to be offered at the Bohnam's auction at the Petersen on November 12th.