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Old 08-31-2004, 02:38 AM   #16
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where did you hear this? is this a fact or is it just "hear say"
It was on the discovery chanel, they actually showed the bikes and what happened to them.
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Old 08-31-2004, 03:33 AM   #17
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Well in my opinion OCC the show is a soap opera.. i enjoyed a few episodes but later it just got on my nerves.. i'm shure when the camera crew isn't around they can put together a good personalized chopper!

American Hot Rod is by far the most imformative and best build show around! The rest like "two guys garage, tuner transformations, overhaulin" are mostly BS. A few good ideas come up once in a while and some really nice cars too. But mostly the goal is to raise the awareness of the aftermarket "products" scene. Anything usefull and informative is usually cut out by the director and replaced with some jerk spouting his fool head off or some life story about who the f*(# cares who.
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Old 08-31-2004, 10:24 AM   #18
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Overhaulin" are mostly BS. A few good ideas come up once in a while and some really nice cars too. But mostly the goal is to raise the awareness of the aftermarket "products" scene. Anything usefull and informative is usually cut out by the director and replaced with some jerk spouting his fool head off or some life story about who the f*(# cares who.
Now Overhaulin is a good show, the things they do there are quite impressive, turning that 4 door Bel Air hardtop into a drop top 2 door... I dunno man.
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Old 08-31-2004, 05:07 PM   #19
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Well in my opinion OCC the show is a soap opera.. i enjoyed a few episodes but later it just got on my nerves.. i'm shure when the camera crew isn't around they can put together a good personalized chopper!

American Hot Rod is by far the most imformative and best build show around! The rest like "two guys garage, tuner transformations, overhaulin" are mostly BS. A few good ideas come up once in a while and some really nice cars too. But mostly the goal is to raise the awareness of the aftermarket "products" scene. Anything usefull and informative is usually cut out by the director and replaced with some jerk spouting his fool head off or some life story about who the f*(# cares who.
you have a point, but i find American Hot Rod the biggest soap opera. sometimes i really dont understand how they get anything done. I mean it does have good info, but most of the time ppl like Boyd and his ex-wife just act so stupid.
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