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SKILSAW Chopper by Paul Jr. Designs Auction

Wednesday, September 5, 2012
SKILSAW chopper built by PJD up for auction.
The SKILSAW chopper built by Paul Jr. Designs of American Chopper fame is currently up for auction on eBay Motors. Proceeds from the sale of the motorcycle will go to The Home Depot Foundation which helps out veterans.
A custom SKILSAW chopper, built by Paul Jr. Designs in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Worm Drive SKILSAW, is on the auction block at eBay Motors with proceeds being donated to The Home Depot Foundation. The foundation aims “to ensure every veteran has a safe place to call home” by helping repair and remodel veterans’ homes and facilities.
 
Key features of the PJD custom motorcycle include a special “The Saw That Built America” primary cover, billet aluminum rear fender struts with SKIL logos, Raptor billet aluminum wheels designed by Paul Jr.’s team and custom paint by Nub Graphics. A big V-Twin and custom pipes guarantee this bike will haul the goods, too.

The eBay auction for the PJD SKILSAW-inspired chopper started yesterday and runs until Sept. 14. Starting bids begin at $25,000. Anybody who would like to bid can go to http://www.skilsawchopperauction.com/ for more information or can log on to follow the bidding just for fun. Help support a great cause and get a chance to own a custom motorcycle built by American Chopper's Paul Jr. to boot.
Post Tags: SKILSAW, SKILSAW Chopper, Paul Jr., Paul Jr. Designs, PJD
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Comments
spokes September 6, 2012 02:38 PM
I fail to understand what the whole concept of the "your company name here" inspired chopper is all about. None of the companies having choppers built for them have anything to do with motorcycles. Motorcycling has never been anything but a niche interest of the American public and interest in choppers has had an even smaller interest among motorcyclists. Even if I had the money to philanthropically buy these bikes what would I do with them?
yllib68 September 6, 2012 11:09 AM
Are you kidding me? That certainly is NOT the Skill Bike that they made on the show. It is entirely different and looks nothing like the real one. Very disappointing!