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    Classic Chrome with Ken Campbell of V8 Indian Project

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    Special Guests: Ken Campbell, builder and owner of the one-of-a kind V8 Indian


     


    Motorcyclists around the world can agree that while the various motorcycle manufacturers have provided an impressive and unique field of machines to pick from when purchasing, sometimes it is the homebuilt machines that outclass the line-production items. More often than not, it is these handcrafted pieces of art that are engineered and built in method that far surpasses that of a factory, and leaves enthusiasts scratching their heads and wondering just why the manufacturer never created such a piece. This week on Classic Chrome, we are joined by a man who has built such a machine. Old motorcycle fans can all appreciate the appeal of an Indian Four; the sound, aesthetic qualities and performance of what is essentially a small car engine in a motorcycle frame speak for themselves. But what if the Springfield, Massachusetts-based company had offered an eight cylinder model? Unfortunately, with the death of Springfield Indian in 1953, that question was unanswered. However, New Zealand motorcycle enthusiast Ken Campbell has just finished engineering and building the first example of what such a machine would resemble. 


    V8 Indian Fanpage: www.facebook.com/v8indian


     

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    Classic Chrome with Jim Petty of Gentleman's Choice Motorcycles

    in Automotive

    Special Guests: Jim Petty, three-time Motorcycle Cannonball rider, vintage collector, and owner of “Gentleman’s Choice Motorcycles”


    Looking back to the early days of motorcycling, one thing was clearly evident: the style and taste of both motorcycle design and their riders was exceptional. Enthusiasts in the early days of motorcycling could be found quietly motoring in a top hat and three piece suit, or tucked behind drop handlebars blasting around the track in leather helmets and wool sweaters. Simply put, the classiness of the era was unparalleled; it was, after all, the era of gentlemen. The attire and attitude of the Gentleman’s era has taken its own form in today’s motorcycle enthusiasts. This week, we at Classic Chrome are honored to be joined by one man who exemplifies the persona and era of a gentleman and his mount. Our guest this week is Jim Petty, who is the man behind “Gentleman’s Choice Motorcycles.” Petty is a dedicated lover of all types, brands, years, and sizes of motorcycles. Alongside his brother Steve, Jim has undertaken the restoration and preservation of many different motorcycles over the years, as well as promoting their avid use. “Gentleman Jim” is a three-time veteran of the coast-to-coast Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Race. 


    Gentleman's Choice Motorcycles Website: www.gentlemanschoicemotorcycles.com

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    Classic Chrome with Indian Four Cylinder Motorcycle Club

    in Automotive

    Special Guests: Jim Walther, President of Indian Four Cylinder Club


                            Nelson Citta, Member of Indian Four Cylinder Club


                            Drew Crafton, Member of Indian Four Cylinder Club


    Modern day motorcyclists are accustomed to the commonly produced twin cylinder motorcycles of various marquees. The sound of a v-twin exhaust note is heaven to folks all over the world. But, there is something incredibly special in hearing a motorcycle pass by with more than just two cylinders. The same holds true for the antique motorcycle industry, specifically four cylinder machines. Four cylinder motorcycles hold a mystique about them that few other machines can boast. Dating back to the early 1900s, the various manufacturers of four cylinder motorcycles always marketed them as the ultimate gentleman’s machine. This prestige still remains today, and this week on Classic Chrome we are joined by members of a club that celebrate exactly that prestige. 


    www.indian4club.org

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    Classic Chrome with "Slow Joe" Gardella

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    Special Guests: Joe Gardella, two-time Motorcycle Cannonball rider, vintage motorcycle enthusiast and collector


     


    Old motorcycle fans who are active in the vintage bike world may not know this week’s guest personally, but “Slow Joe” Gardella’s list of accomplishments with old motorcycles is very long and very well known.  Hailing from Michigan, Joe is a long time lover of antique machines and is a very skilled craftsman when it comes to restoring and repairing them. While his collection of old motorcycles consists of varied years, Joe is well known for his love affair with pre-1920 Harley Davidson Motorcycles. In 2010, Gardella rode his 1914 Harley twin from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina to Santa Monica, California, placing 12th overall in the first rendition of the Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run. He reprised his entry in 2012 by riding the same machine from Newburgh, New York to San Francisco, California, and took 2nd place overall in the second coast-to-coast race. Joe and his early machines can also be found on the track too; Gardella has entered and on several occasions won the famous “Race of the Century” held every year on the famous Barber Motorsports Race Track during the annual Vintage Festival in October. Joe has entered and ridden incredible pieces of motorcycle history such as a 1907 Curtiss, 1909 Harley single, 1911 Harley Belt Drive, and 1912 Harley twin.

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    Classic Chrome with Scott and Sharon Jacobs of Scott Jacobs Studio

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    Special Guests: Sharon and Scott Jacobs, Vintage Collectors/Enthusiasts, Motorcycle Cannonball Finishers


    Not enough people in the world are fortunate enough to share their passion for motorcycling with their significant other. Work, children, and life usually get in the way. For a select few though, motorcycles are a lifestyle. This week on Classic Chrome, tune in as we sit down with Scott and Sharon Jacobs from San Diego, California, who have the opportunity to be surrounded by motorcycling daily. Scott is the officially licensed artist for Harley Davidson and his work has been featured all over the world. Sharon is right by his side, with daughters Alexa and Olivia, running the day-to-day operations of the family art gallery. Most recently, Scott and Sharon rode a pair of early Harley Davidsons from Daytona Beach, Florida to Tacoma, Washington in the Motorcycle Cannonball.


    Scott Jacobs Studio Website: www.scottjacobsstudio.com

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    DJ STYLES classic rock-n-roll show

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    Join DJ Styles as she spins some of her favorite songs for you.

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    Next Generation 003 - Volbeat

    in Rock Music

    Hailing from Denmark, Volbeat have been around since 2001 and their unique sound, superb songs and energetic live shows have built a fanbase which continues to grow daily. They've been described as a cross between Metallica, The Misfits and Johnny Cash which may be true but even then they continue to evolve. Aside from the music they have an image which while familiar is also unique, with very stylized artwork and set designs which has spawned a merchandising arm second only to the likes of KISS and Iron Maiden.


    A true classic band in the making this exclusive interview with vocalist/guitarist Michael Poulsen and guitarist Rob Caggiano (formerly of Anthrax) with a couple of album tracks is the perfect introduction to this incredible band.