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The Advertiser153 viewsLocal news paper Ad, describing the event and its outcome.Feb 17, 2010
Humble Beginnings125 viewsThis is usually how it works. Before you start your own shop, you usually work out of your house. That door was the entry into Kustomfab when it first started. Little did they know it also led to Roger's house and three Rottweilers.Feb 17, 2010
Pali St.136 viewsThe shop later moved down the street. This wasn’t the most ideal location: parking was almost impossible and there wasn’t much room. But, it was something and we couldn’t complain.Feb 17, 2010
111 viewsThis was 1st location of the Shop Parst Department.
The Fab Area was across the street, crazy loacation, but never a dull Moment.
Feb 17, 2010
Hardrock Cafe80 viewsJohnny Chop Vasko, was nice person to hang with. He was very down to earth and genuinely enjoyed the island life. We still have the burnout mark he left on out in font of the shop. The owner of the building just completed resurfacing the place, and there it was: a nice divot in his newly paved area...he wasn’t exactly pleased with his new tenants. Feb 17, 2010
Mel, Nice Shirt168 viewsMel has been there from the start. He & Roger have been partners from the beginning. Even though you don’t see him all the time, he is always behind the scene one way or another.Feb 17, 2010
126 viewsFeb 17, 2010
161 viewsThe Roaster 1st name was called the Nautilus. This project was supposed to take place about 4 years ago. But due to financial delays from the customer it was always put on the back burner. When it got its awakening was around last Year when Alsa Paint wanted to use for Sema Show. And so was born the Roaster.Feb 17, 2010
171 viewsFeb 17, 2010
136 viewsThe Goblin started out as a bike for me, put was later converted over for a customer. It has gone thru some chameleon changes. But the bike's geometry has stayed the same. I have always liked the stealth look of this bike.Feb 17, 2010
165 viewsDa Bar Hopper was a Fusion of parts accumulated by Roger & Myself. The plan was to combine our parts to make a Shop bike. This would be a first attempt to build a Rooke Style Front-End.Feb 17, 2010
369 viewsFeb 16, 2010
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