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appy Holidays to all of you. May this season bring nothing but good cheer to you and your families. This year, the crew of Grease Inc. and Garage71 are going through quite a bit of growing pains and new chapters in life. Even as the holidays approach, we are trying to close out the year with one of the biggest moves we have made in nearly a decade. We are moving the studios of Garage71 to what we are calling “Hell’s Kitchen” this fall. Garage71 studio will now be under the roof of a 1960’s styled diner on-site of Hellbender Harley-Davidson in Marietta, GA. The diner was once a functioning diner that the legendary owner, Earl Small, bought and transported to the property several years ago. Since then, the diner has enjoyed several new tenants of Earl Smalls, now celebrating 6 years as Hellbender Harley-Davidson. This fall, the crew has been cleaning out the diner with the assistance from so many great staff at the dealership. Now, the crew is putting the final stages and updates into the diner including updates to the radio station, and a new interview area to be use for both radio and ‘Dashboard Confessional’ videos. We will be creating a small retail center for all of our merchandise and will be opening BLACK FRIDAY for some great deals as we get ready for this new home. We will be working with the dealership on creating the Garage71 ‘sound stage’ at the bottom of the hill transforming how we have laid out events in the past on-site. Here you will get to experience some joint events throughout the 2020 season as we bring back to the Atlanta area, Hell on Wheels. This is just one of many great events that we are working on for the property, not to mention all the other great shows we will be working on throughout the southeast and mid-west. You’ll just have to keep up with all we are doing on social media. Now, getting back to the holidays, we are teaming up with Hellbender and the Bearded Sinners on gathering some special gifts for many of those in need this holiday season. We are generating a list of items that will be listed on-line. We are working to make this Christmas special for several children at 7 Bridges to Recovery and their families. Many of us go through various life struggles, and no one should ever judge another. Here we are focused on ensuring we lift those who may need a little more this holiday season. At the Garage71 studio in Marietta, we will have a donation old skool mailbox outside our doors to drop the many items that will be listed on-line. We will be working together to collect several items for the children, as NO child should ever go without Christmas. Make sure to look on-line for more details as we will begin to collect these items during the Thanksgiving holidays. Don’t forget, this is that time of year we are working on your influence for the Ink n Oil Awards. You can go on-line to Garage71. com and read the post to enter your nominations for this past year’s Kustom Kulture influencers who you think deserve recogni-

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tion and acknowledgements for all they do. This is nothing pretentious, just our way to shout out to those that reached milestones in their pursuits within the Kustom Kulture. Make sure you plan your New Years celebrations now with us at Grease Inc & Garage71 at Famous Joe’s with good friends of Slim and the Gems and Roxie Roz Burlesque. This is gonna be a night to remember, or forget depending on how the night goes! As we head into 2020, just remember, nearly 100 years ago, it was the times of prohibition. Though I am one to celebrate the past, I could clearly see what side of the law I would be on in these times in the 1920’s. Well, that said, we don’t have much to worry about other than having a great time with good friends... Plan your night with us and hang out as we roll into the new year, Greaser style... Check out all the details on-line and we will see you there!

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Owner: Jason Cooley Make: Chevrolet Model: Apache 3100 Year: 1958 Built by: Jason Cooley & Shaun Pierce Time: After shop time within 6 months Chroming: All original chrome was cleaned

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Paint factory Painter: GM Color: Cashmere blue Accessories Headlight: stock Taillight: stock with led bulb swap Dash: stock Seat: bucket seats from a expedition Wheels Front - Size: 15s Rear - Size: 15s Tires: 205/65R15

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First Flight By Monroe Slim Photography by: Kayla Ritenour

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s we approach the end of another year, with the holidays just around the corner, we don’t often think of historical dates, or the accomplishments of our forefathers, but American history is full of life-changing events that have happened in the last month of the year. One such date is December 17, 1903. On this date, in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, Wilbur and Orville Wright made four brief flights in the first powered aircraft.

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After successful glider testing the previous year, the brothers went to work. They calculated that after allowing 200 pounds for the engine, transmission, propellers, and the weight of the pilot, the craft should have a 40-foot wingspan, weigh 625 pounds, and would need an 8-horsepower engine, making 90 pounds of thrust to achieve a minimum airspeed of 23 miles per hour. The Wrights contacted 10 different manufacturers of gasoline engines, but none could meet their power and weight requirements. So they decided to build their own: a water-cooled, 4-cylinder horizontal inline, with cast cylinders fit into an aluminum crankcase making a whopping 12 horsepower! This also marked the first time that aluminum had been used on an aircraft. The counter-rotating propellers were each 8 feet in diameter, carved out of spruce with a hatchet and draw knife, and the tips were covered in cloth and laminated to stop splitting. Because of the size and weight of such a beast, the brothers built what came to be known as the “Grand Junction Railroad,” which was a 60-foot rail made of four 15-foot two-by-fours laid end to end. For takeoff, the aircraft would roll down on a small wheeled dolly. On December 14th, the brothers flipped a coin and Wilbur won the right to go first. But 40 feet down the track, the craft pitched up and stalled, hitting the ground and damaging the forward elevator. Three days later, with damage repaired, in the freezing cold and a 27-mph wind, Orville piloted the aircraft to a brief 12-second flight that covered 120 feet from where it lifted off. While only for a short distance, a human had flown. As we all know, since that blustery day in 1903, the advancements in aircraft and manned flight have been nothing short of amazing! From the “Barnstorming” wing-walking daredevils of the 1920s in their Curtiss flying “Jenny,” to the fire-breathing 2,000-horsepower 18-cylinder Pratt & Whitney wasp radial engine – the F4U Corsair used in WWII – the speed of these advancements have been nothing short of amazing. The inception of the U.S. Air Force in 1947 and the breaking of the sound barrier

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that same year ushered in the Jet Age of the 1950s and 1960s, and the manned space flight of the 1970s. I feel pretty lucky to have had a “Big Boy Job” in aviation for the last twenty-some-odd years, and I have had the privilege to have worked on everything from ultralights to business jets, including some of the completely awesome and amazing airplanes from the early days of aviation. Just like everyone else, there are days when I just don’t feel like

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going to work, but it seems like every time I get to feeling that way, someone reminds me of how cool my job is. I often wonder where aviation is headed next. With the development of composite materials and lighter, more efficient aircraft, it seems to me that there is no end to the possibilities. I don’t think we will be seeing flying cars in every driveway or on every highway in the sky any time soon. If you’ve ever driven on the interstate through or around Atlanta, I think you

can understand why I think that’s not going to happen, but with the technologies available today, the sky is no longer the limit. So if you get the chance to go to an air show or take a flight during the holidays to be with loved ones that are far away, take a second to think about the Wright Brothers, who were pretty radical dudes in their day, and give ‘em a thumbs up and a big ol Hell Yeah!! After all, they are the ones who started it all!!

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Age: 25 Hometown: Melbourne Single or Married: Inbetween the two? Haha Favorite Color: Purple Hobbies: Weightlifting, getting bad tattoos and naps Education: Two degrees and maybe I’ll get another for giggles Occupation: Nurse Pets: None yet! Getting tropical fish soon this week actually! Favorite Food: Turkish mixed meat platters with dip and bread. Where is your Favorite place to eat out? Rockpool at Crown Melbourne What type of Music do you like? Sounds lame but anything that changes key or is genuinely interesting!

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What is your favorite Band? Still Blink 182 or Greenday Favorite Song? That changes all the time, at the moment it is Dirty by Christina Aguilera What is your favorite Movie? True Lies with Arnie! What type of Hang Outs do you go to? Nights in with the girls What is your Drink of Choice? Scotch What is a Turn On? Ambition and people that work hard. What is a Turn Off? Guys that spend as long getting ready as girls do haha Do you change your own oil? Yes I can but I tend to delegate that to people that really know what they are doing...

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o one really knew him as Ed; he was “Big Daddy” and Ratfink’s alter ego. Big Daddy was an accurate nick name though, as he was 6’ 6” and more than 250 pounds (sometime a lot more)! There are many ways to try to label Big Daddy; a rebel, a fighter, an artist, a fabricator, a musician, a lover, a philosopher, a poet, a California boy; yet none alone come anywhere to hitting the mark. He is now gone, yet the phenomenon continues in his creations.

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His artwork typically depicted imaginative, out-sized monstrosities driving characterizations of the hot rods that he admired. The most recognized character he developed is “Ratfink”. In the late 1950s, he perfected his use of the airbrush and made cash by selling "Weirdo" t-shirts at car shows. He started publishing in the Car Craftmagazine in 1958 and within a year his art work had become a full blown craze with Big Daddy at lead of the movement. He called it the "Monsters in hot rods" art form.

And he built hot rods! One of his early got rods, the “Outlaw”, was finished in 1959 and he showed it at all his favorite hot rod shows. It was a huge hit and got published in Car Craft magazine and Rod and Custom. He said he started in fiberglass about then because he got bored with what was coming out in the hobby. He kept building hot rods and set up a shop near LA which became a magnet for bikers, hot rodders and his police buddies. Other hot rods he built include The ”Beatnik Bandit”, “The Orbitron”, “The Road Agent”

Now Ratfink is the icon for Big Daddy, even with all the other creations to his credit. Ratfink just stands out as the symbol for the Kustom Kulture era, the rebellion, and the wild imagination of his creator!

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and the amazing twin Ford engine “Mysterion”! These were breakthrough, insane, creative machines which set the tone for car shows to this day! His art and cars became the subject for the Revell model company which began selling plastic models of Big Daddy's cars and his “monsters” including “Rat Fink”, “Drag Nut”, and “Mr. Gasser”. They are still selling them! EBay has older ones for sale as collectibles. When Mattell started making Hot Wheels toy cars in the late 60s, the “Beatnik Bandit” was one of the first cars they made! On top of all this, he built motorcycles as well. His first bike was a Harley and he painted the tank right away. From there he started to build trikes, choppers and VW powered three wheelers! Many were very well known such as the “Candy Wagon”, the “Rubber Ducky” and the “Great Speckled Bird”! Now Ratfink is the icon for Big Daddy, even with all the other creations to his credit. Ratfink just stands out as the symbol for the Kustom Kulture era, the rebellion, and the wild imagination of his creator! As early as the late 70s, Ratfink was the masthead for large car shows, “reunions” and events. “Rat Fink Reunions” are still held and new ones crop up each year. Big Daddy is not really gone at all. He lives on a bit in every hot rod, rat rod, custom car, chopper and cool vehicle; and in every show and gathering where ‘motor heads” get together.

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Events Calendar Caffeine & Octane

Toys for Tots Toy Run

Dunwoody, GA

Simpsonville, SC

Time: November 3 & December 1, 2019 from 7am to 11am

Time: November 17, 2019 from 10am to 11am

Location: Perimeter Mall

Location: Heritage Park - Simpsonville,SC

Street: 4400 Ashford Dunwoody Road

Street: 861 SE Main Street

City/Town: Dunwoody, GA

City/Town: Simpsonville ,SC

Website: www.caffeineandoctane.com

Website: www.h-dog.com

Phone: 404-713-9225 / 770-883-0160

Phone: Laura 864-234-1340

Event Type: Cruise-In, Car & Motorcycle Show

Event Type: Motorcycle Toy Run

Organized By: Caffeine and Octane

Organized By: Harley-Davidson of Greenville

Charlotte CBA Fall Bike Show & Swap Meet

Bert’s St. Pete Beach BikeFest

Salisbury, NC

St. Pete Beach, FL

Time: November 9, 2019 to November 10, 2019

Time: November 20, 2019 to November 24, 2019

Location: Rowan County Fairgrounds

Location: TradeWinds Island Grand

Street: 1560 Julian Rd

Street: 5500 Gulf Blvd

City/Town: Salisbury, NC

City/Town: St. Pete Beach, FL

Website: www.charlottecba.org/

Website: www.stpetebeachbikefe…

Phone: (704) 455-6245

Phone: (800) 360-4017

Event Type: Motorcycles, Clubs/Shows/Cruises, Swap Meet

Event Type: Motorcycle Show and Festival

Organized By: CBA of Charlotte

Organized By: Bert’s Barracuda and Bert’s Black Window Harley Davidson

Perry Car/Bike Show and Swap Meet Perry, GA

Courageous Kidz Benefit Show

Time: November 15, 2019 to November 16, 2019

Ladson, SC

Location: GA National Fairgrounds

Time: November 23, 2019 from 1pm to 4pm

Street: 401 Golden Isles Pkwy

Location: HonkyTonk Saloon

City/Town: Perry, GA

Street: 192 College Park Rd.,

Website: www.perryswapmeet.com/

City/Town: Ladson, South Carolina

Phone: 478-622-2267 infor@perrywapmeet.com

Phone: Shonda 843-718-7076

Event Type: Car & Bike Show, Swap Meet

Event Type: Car Show Charity

Organized By: Perry Swap Meet

Organized By: Courageous Kidz

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Wheels Events Calendar Annual Turkey Rod Run

Salvation Army Toy Ride/Drive

Daytona Beach, Fl

Bogart, GA

Time: November 28, 2019 to December 1, 2019

Time: December 7, 2019 from 10am to 5pm

Location: Daytona International Speedway

Location: Cycle World of Athens

Street: 750 Fentress Boulevard

Street: 4225 Atlanta Hwy

City/Town: Daytona Beach, Fl

City/Town: Bogart ( Athens)

Website: www.turkeyrun.com/ Phone: 386.255.7355 kbecker@bgcbc.org Event Type: Car-Show, Festival, Swap-Meet Organized By: Daytona Beach Car Show

21th Annual Bikers Bash Hollywood, FL Time: December 5, 2019 to December 8, 2019 Location: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel Casino Street: One Seminole Way City/Town: Hollywood, FL Website: www.bikersbash.com/ Phone: K. Becker (954) 537-1010 kbecker@bgcbc.org

Website: www.cycleworldathens.com Phone: 706-548-3300 Event Type: Motorcycle Show, Ride and Benefit Organized By: Cycle World of Athens

27th Annual Toy Run Lake Park, GA Time: December 21, 2019 from 1pm to 5pm Location: Lake Park Shopping Outlets Street: 5227 Mill Store Rd, City/Town: Lake Park, GA Phone: (229) 460-2521.

Event Type: Motorcycle Show Festival and Charity

Event Type: Motorcycle Ride and Charity

Organized By: Bikers Bash

Organized By: Outback Riders

Toys for Tots Cruise-in Tucker, GA Time: December 7, 2019 from 11am to 3pm Location: The Greater Good BBQ Street: 4431 Hugh Howell Road City/Town: Tucker, GA 30084 Website: www.GeorgiaCoolCruisers.com Phone: 404-732-6842 Event Type: Car Show, Fundraiser Organized By: Rick Ellis

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