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was the primary designer and fabricator on this bike. The chopper was built as a tribute to the firefighters who died in the World Trade Center disaster on September 11, 2001.
The "Black Widow Bike" was the bike central to the first two episodes of American Chopper. The custom paint job features the number "343" on the rear fender, representing the number of firefighters who died while saving civilians that day.
The wheels were spoked with gold spokes and their inside edges muraled with musical notes.
In addition, all along the bike are painted images representative of various famous bluesmen such as B. King, Robert Johnson, Taj Mahal, Tom Waits, and Gatemouth Brown and naked chicks.
OCC was in the business of building custom motorcycles for individuals before it gained fame building themed projects or was featured on television.
In the last seconds (quite literally), the crew got the bike started up, and released it to the public with great success.
The "Web" production bike is inspired by the "Black Widow" theme bike and other bikes which have incorporated spider webs into the design.
A T-Rex Softail and a T-Rex Rigid were also available in the production series in the past.
Orange County Choppers bikes are motorcycles featured on the television series American Chopper built by Orange County Choppers (OCC) for a specific corporate or celebrity customer.
Theme bikes are motorcycles in which the theme of the motorcycle takes priority over everything else, influencing the frame dimensions, paint scheme, and overall 'feel' of the motorcycle.
The "Comanche Bike" was debuted at an event in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina which saw the Teutul's and Vincent Di Martino fly in on a Bell 206 helicopter, an entrance which required major set-up and timing.