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2004

2 Feb. 2004
NY Jets Bike
The OCC crew kicks off a big league project when they build a custom chopper for their home town heroes, the New York Jets. But sparks fly and tempers flare between father and son as they reach to finish the bike for opening day.
 
2 Jan. 2004
POW/MIA 1
Paul Sr. gets to work and builds a custom chopper to honor America's forgotten heroes. But pressures mount and tempers rage when OCC's heartfelt project falls behind schedule and pushes Paul Sr. to the edge.
 
12 Jan. 2004
POW/MIA 2
Hopes are high and spirits soar as OCC's battle to build the P.O.W./M.I.A. bike rages on. But design changes and last minute setbacks bring Paul Sr.'s patriotic tribute to a crashing halt. For more video, go to Turbo.com.
 
26 Jan. 2004
POW/MIA 3
With the deadline closing in on Paul Sr.'s P.O.W./M.I.A bike, emotions run high. The OCC crew joins forces to complete the heartfelt tribute before it's public debut but last minute delays and unexpected setbacks leave it's fate hanging in the balance.
 
9 Feb. 2004
Miller Electric 1
The boys visit the leading maker of welding equipment for inspiration for their latest chopper. Paulie plans a welder's mask on the gas tank and a serpentine set of exhaust pipes. Big Paul is sizzling over the messy shop. For more videos, go to Turbo.com.
 
16 Feb. 2004
Miller Electric 2
The boys hit the hardwood for a game of hoops against OCC Ironworks. Back in the shop, Big Paul blows up but once he takes a look at the Miller Bike's paint job and the outrageous tow-behind welder, all is forgiven.
 
23 Feb. 2004
Leno Bike 1
The Teutuls go Hollywood when Tonight Show host Jay Leno commissions a modern version of his favorite classic bike, 1939 Brough Superior. The excitement fades when Paulie discovers that the bike's frame is too small to accommodate the oil tank.
 
1 Mar. 2004
Leno Bike 2
Paulie and the shop prepare for the Leno Bike's debut on the Tonight Show. When the parts return from the painter, the guys discover that the bike just won't fit together. Paulie and Vinnie are forced to burn the midnight oil for the king of late night.
 
12 Apr. 2004
Liberty Bike 1
A wealthy historian asks the guys to incorporate original copper fixtures from the Statue of Liberty into a custom chopper.Paulie tries innovative touches like a right-side driveline and a torch-shaped carburetor. For more video, go to turbo.com.
 
19 Apr. 2004
Liberty Bike 2
In the the uphill battle to finish the Liberty Bike, Paul Sr. proposes a spontaneous snow tubing trip. Back at the shop, the pressure mounts as Paulie realizes the bike's exhaust doesn't fit and the rear fender's a bender. For more video, go to turbo.com.
 
3 May 2004
Dixie Chopper 1
When the gang visits the Dixie Chopper company, makers of the world's most powerful lawnmowers, Paulie comes away with some cutting edge ideas for OCC's latest bike. For more video, visit Turbo.com.
 
10 May 2004
Dixie Chopper 2
With business booming at Orange County Choppers, Senior splurges for an expansion to the cramped garage and a custom Harley for son Paulie. For more video, visit Turbo.com.
 
7 Jun. 2004
Mikey/Vinnie Bike 1
Mikey and Vinnie finally get the chance to build their own bike. After hitting the links for a little "inspiration," the guys cook up some tasty ideas for their project.
 
14 Jun. 2004
Mikey/Vinnie Bike 2
With a week to go until the New Orleans show, Mikey and Vinnie hit the home stretch on their collaborative project. But friendship turns into frenzy when Mikey's tardiness gets him sent home.
 
12 Jul. 2004
I, Robot Bike 1
Will Smith stops by Rock Tavern to help the boys of OCC design a custom chopper for the premiere of his upcoming action film, "I, Robot". The ambitious bike build finds the shop falling behind.
 
19 Jul. 2004
I, Robot Bike 2
Movie star Will Smith is looking for a custom chopper for the premiere of his upcoming action film, "I, Robot". Senior goes on a rampage to get the prized chopper on schedule.
 
2 Aug. 2004
Davis Love III Bike
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27 Sep. 2004
Lance Armstrong Bike 1
OCC visits Nike Headquarters in search of inspiration for their next project, a chopper tribute to six-time Tour De France Champion and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong and his Livestrong Foundation. Tune in to the twists and turns when fabrication begins.
 
4 Oct. 2004
Lance Armstrong: Bike 2
Observe the Tour De France in its final stages as work continues on Lance Armstrong's Livestrong Bike. The deadline is looming and the team is struggling as they try to put the finishing touches on the exhaust system.
 
11 Oct. 2004
Police: Bike 1
The OCC is under the gun to create an all new kind of chopper; a bike to honor the men and women of law enforcement. In the shop, the fights break out before fabrication even begins. With only six days to build their police tribute, the pressure is on.
 
18 Oct. 2004
Police Bike 2
The Teutuls continue work on a chopper dedicated to the men and women of law enforcement. With lights and sirens blaring, the OCC crew must fix the bike in time for a benefit for New York police officers lost on 9/11.
 
29 Nov. 2004
David Mann Bike 1
A trip down memory lane at the Sturgis Bike Rally inspires Senior to build a tribute bike to legend David Mann. But with Paulie showing up late to work and never-ending fights with Mikey, will the build be finished on time?
 
6 Dec. 2004
David Mann Bike 2
The OCC continues work on the tribute chopper for artist and legend in the biker world, David Mann. But after a tragic phone call from Easyriders Magazine, Senior learns that David Mann has passed away, changing the bike from a tribute to a memorial.
 
20 Dec. 2004
Sleigh Bike
The OCC makes their Christmas build an annual tradition and fabricate a custom sleigh worthy of old Saint Nick, which will be pulled by last year's Christmas bike. In true holiday spirit, the team will use their creation to deliver gifts to needy families
 

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