Documentary series about the goings-on behind the scenes at Orange County Choppers, a custom motorcycle fabrication company located in Montgomery, New York. The series is also a study of ... See full summary »
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Well one of a few shows on custom build vehicle shops. Born and raised in the states and 12 years as a mechanic before getting a Masters degree and moving into the international business world. I must say this shop is poorly run. Sure nice looking results, but pathetic management, Boyd is a self righteous man who believes because he has a name making "pretty" cars he has some sort of insight into the rest of life. And if he makes a bad decision he is too pig headed to back down and get back on track, instead he makes people work insane hours and questions "teamwork" if they don't agree with him. As for Dwayne (or Duane who ever), a sad excuse for a shop manager. Lots of hot air and tough guy silliness. Basically the whole show gives us insight into nice looking cars being made but it would be much more interesting seeing them progress without half-wits making comments.
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