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Paul Jr Designs, Anti-Venom Bike

Paul Jr Designs, Anti-Venom Bike

Paul Teutul Jr. is proving his father Paul Teutul Sr. wrong as unveiled his two brand new choppers recently.

Fans of Paul Jr. are applauding the Paul Jr. Designs team for creating the amazing the “Anti-venom” black and yellow chopper.

As Paul Jr. Design’s first design, the bike rocked and looked original compared to Paul Jr.’s favorite Black Widow bike.

One of the most popular-and Paulie’s favorite bike that he built-was the Black Widow bike. “The Black Widow has been a fan favorite and a favorite of mine. But with the separation, I don’t get to have any of those bikes. So I have to create a whole new set of bikes for myself and for my new company. As far as this Anti-Venom bike, it’s my first bike as Paul Jr. Designs and it had to be something special and unique,” Paul Jr. said.

And special it is.

American Chopper Senior vs Junior

American Chopper Senior vs Junior

With a small crew of friends and members of Orange County Choppers show now working for Paul Jr. Designs, Paul Teutul Sr. must be fuming or green with envy.

“The build went excellent but it was very labor-intensive. The gas tank may look simple but we probably have a couple hundred hours just in the tank along with the fenders and exhaust. But we have a great team of people like Vinnie, Odie, Nub, and the rest of the guys who were all an integral part of making it all happen in the time frame it did.”

Paul Sr. must be going crazy with envy!  When Paul Jr. and the team unveiled their lime green chopper for Geico, Paul Sr. didn’t have anything pleasant to say about it. 

As for the large crowd at the reveal, he said:  “They’re not there for them, they’re there for Motley Crue”  Paul Sr. said.  “If I thought he really put some work into that bike, I would’ve gone.”

 Read my previous blog posts on American Chopper here on Babble.

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