‘American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior’ Season 2: Featured Bikes & OCC’s Foreclosure Plans [Updated]

Published 4 years ago by , Updated May 23rd, 2011 at 11:04 pm,

Trans Am Depot – Orange County Choppers

Trans Am Depot is a Florida-based custom car company that specializes in restoring and designing custom Trans Ams.

With the release of their newest custom vehicles, the 2011 Trans Am, the 6t9 Trans Am and the 6t9 Goat, Trans Am Depot commissioned Orange County Choppers to create 3 custom choppers to replicate the look and feel of these vehicles.

(Click for larger version)
american chopper orange county choppers trans am depot gto bike 570x427 American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior Season 2: Featured Bikes & OCCs Foreclosure Plans [Updated]

american chopper orange county choppers trans bike 570x427 American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior Season 2: Featured Bikes & OCCs Foreclosure Plans [Updated]

american chopper orange county choppers trans am depot firebird bike 570x427 American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior Season 2: Featured Bikes & OCCs Foreclosure Plans [Updated]

Deadliest Catch Bike – Orange County Choppers

In a bit of cross-promotion between American Chopper and Deadliest Catch, Discovery Networks commissioned Orange County Choppers to build a theme bike based on the hit series Deadliest Catch.

(Click for larger version)
american chopper deadliest catch bike 570x387 American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior Season 2: Featured Bikes & OCCs Foreclosure Plans [Updated]

american chopper deadliest catch bike back American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior Season 2: Featured Bikes & OCCs Foreclosure Plans [Updated]

american chopper deadliest catch bike tank American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior Season 2: Featured Bikes & OCCs Foreclosure Plans [Updated]


American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior premieres April 25 on Discovery.

Follow me on Twitter @anthonyocasio
Follow Screen Rant on Twitter @screenrant

Source: Times Herald-Record, Design By Joyce, Facebook, Homer Tribune, Twitter

« 1 2 3

Get our free email alerts on the topics and author of this article:


Post a Comment

GravatarWant to change your avatar?
Go to Gravatar.com and upload your own (we'll wait)!

 Rules: No profanity or personal attacks.
 Use a valid email address or risk being banned from commenting.

If your comment doesn't show up immediately, it may have been flagged for moderation. Please try refreshing the page first, then drop us a note and we'll retrieve it. Keep in mind that we do not allow external links in the comments.

  1. I could care less about the drama between Jr and Sr and the loser Mikey and his substance abuse problems… They make great bikes and I’d wish they concentrate on builds and keep the personal problems private.

    I always change the channel when they start talking about something else not related to bike builds… HINT to producers

  2. I love the way Paul Jr.’s bikes look it’s great.

  3. let’s face it Senior is an abuser. His personality stemming from drugs and alcohol shows an anger that never abated so he takes it out on his kids. I don’t know how any could stand being with the man for five minutes. Having said that he had a son who could build $150,000 bike and yet he screams at the guy for not sweeping the floor. If Paul Jr. wasn’t there he’d probably hire someone to sweep the floor at base pay. I think the bottom line is the business got too big, the demands too constant and with Sr.’s personality they were doomed. I hope Jr. goes on his own and as for Mikey, get a damn haircut and start looking like a man instead of a teen. People don’t respect men who still act like little boys, i.e. short pants.

  4. How did Paul Jr afford all the Capital equipment he has in his shop? My guess is he got all of it for free in exchange for product placement on tv, that includes his two Toyota trucks. Anyone could have a successful business if they didn’t have to pay for anything ..

    • I’m not sure he didn’t have to pay for anything, but I’d bet better than even money he got some very attractive terms. I’ve never seen a start up shop where they can afford to roll in a 5 axis water jet machine before they even get the power turned on.

    • What matters is that it was jr’s idea to do “Theme Bikes”–which put OCC on the map and made the company millions. Hopefully, one day SR will be mature and humble enough to say that it was his son’s creative vision for bikes that brought him all of the millions. I don’t get it how a father can act the way he does, and come across as very jealous. He seems to have a bad inferiority complex and isn’t in touch with reality. Tomm many but kissers in his shop. Jim Quin, Jason, Amarati wouldn’t be there if it was for Jr. The whole thing is pathetic.

  5. The father son bickering is just pointless and I could care less about it. But no matter what you think about either individuals as persons or workers, the one thing that stands out plain as day are the bikes. And Jr.’s bikes are just second to none, they are bad ass. The kid is talented.

  6. I am impressed by Paul Junior’s attitude in not saying anything derogatory about his father. He remains focused in producing a quality product and not paying any attention to what his father says or does.
    Good luck Paul Junior you have the right attitude to become one of the best bike builders in the world.

  7. Does Senior recall anything? The Pontiac Bikes we’ve never built 3 at a time before. Byron Nelson Bikes you steroid using moron. If he doesnt lie in every episode now I am shocked. And his main Yes BOY Thats right Moreau I said Boy you drove one business underground now you help the Old Man again

  8. They need to get more hardcore designs

  9. all i can say is how can a&e go after jr with all the companys that dont want them and put it on tv when you know occ has the same thing but isnt on tv? a&e if you keep doing that by chosing sides its gonna get messy. find another way to up your ratings. you better watch your cars!!!!

  10. Paul Sr. should have transitioned himself OUT of complete control and given Paul Jr. the reigns…..it’s blatantly obvious that Paul Sr. has a problem with his son & his talent and regardless of how much is done for TV….that’s as plain as day. There’s no comparison to how Paul Jr. runs things and Paul Sr……all he does is come across as a has-been that’s literally in a competition with his son which is sick on multiple levels.

    • I think Paul Sr. Needs to shut the f*** up,and let his son be a man and let him alone on his co.

  11. Junior puts out awesome bikes, no doubt about it. But he does NOTHING himself. He brings in that kid to do all the sheet metal

  12. JR puts out great bikes no doubt about it, but he doesn’t do anything himself anymore
    He hires that kid to build all the tanks and do all the sheet metal work. He buys his wheels and just bolts them on. He buy all his frames in front ends. He has great ideas and is a great assembler, but he doesn’t build anything. It is what it is.

    • Bob I don’t think we look at the same program but the one that I look at shows me that JR has a lot of talent because when he start to buildt a bike he has no real design but design as he goes along where SNR uses tegnolegy but still JR buildt’s better looking bikes than SNR and regarding the work he does?????????????? who buildt’s SNR’S tanks and frame’s whether some one else buildt’s the tank JR is the designer

    • Do Nothing? Paul Jr is the Creative Director. The idea man. He gets it done. Go Pauley, I got your back.
      From one Creative Director to another

  13. Jr wouldn’t even have a company if didn’t get all that free equipment from companies that want product placement on TV, including the Water Jet machine. If he had to use his own money to purchase the capital for his company, he would be out of business….

  14. I agree, he is a great Creative Director, he puts out great looking bikes, but he’s nit a bike builder, he doesn’t fabricate anything himself, he buys all the accessories and bolts them on, or hires someone else to fabricate gas tanks.

    • Bob, I totally agree with most of what you say regarding PJD as a startup business. I also agree with you that he has a lot of talent as a designer. However…

      Before you say that he’s “not a builder” or “doesn’t fabricate”, go back and watch some of the very early AC shows. He did the Black Widow bike almost completely by himself. That includes cutting, reshaping and re-welding both the tank and fenders, rolling and welding the pencil rod (which, if you know anything about that type of metal work is extremely difficult to get right) and then he did a lot of the mechanical assembly. And he did it, by the way, without a water jet, CAD or any other of the higher tech toys both PJD and OCC have in their shops.

      That he chooses not to do that kind of work now is, I expect, a business choice. I am most definitely not a fan of his, but he is most definitely capable of doing the work.

  15. Hi it Fred I am wording if there is a Paul jr designs DVD coming to austraila

  16. Pray you guys get back together. Love to watch you all on t. v.

  17. Pray you guys would get back together.Please at least get back as a Dad and Son. Show some love.I Like watching you all on t.v.

  18. Pray you guys get back as Dad and Son. Please show love to one another. You guys are a example to a lot of children. We love to watch you guys on t.v. without hate .

  19. having been watching American Chopper since it first started…feel saddened to see father and sons the way they are.Hope they make up quickly,life is too short…
    JR builds some awesome bikes !!!

  20. I have the 2007 Web Bike Prototype that was built on “American Chopper” the series Season 4 Episodes 5 & 6. The bike is for sale on ebay; take a look if you’re interested!

    2007 American Chopper OCC WEB BIKE PROTOTYPE Bike Built on Discovery Channel

    Item number: 281107989581

  21. Both Senior and Junior have issues, faults and talents and egos….. they are human. They both build some nice bikes…. all of the bickering is planned and well executed for publicity, which has resulted in an exceptional show with an exceptional following. My only issue, is many of the bikes themselves? They often have pointy and sharp objects protruding from the handlebars and risers, blades and spears mounted on the tanks aiming at the riders private parts, the rotating back tyre inches behind the short seat ready to disembowel the rider if he crosses a speed hump too fast and he bounces back off the seat? Am I the only person to notice these dangers? I mean, motorcycles do sometimes crash…. having spears and spikes for the rider to be impaled on, hot pipes to be burned with and various blades and spikes welded to guards and things? I can only think that these bikes are not designed to be ridden…. more show pieces. Do they not have registration inspections or rules to follow for manufacture of a vehicle? They seem to finish a bike with dangerous protrubences then immediately test ride it on public roads with no number plates (tags)? There seems to be no regard given to rider or other motorist’s safety or any design rules? Here in Australia, you cant just build something then drive it on the road…. it has to pass inspection and at least be safe, similar to the English MOT? What about emission controls? What about the horrendously painful riding positions some (most) of the bikes have? Dont get me wrong, I like the show, and some of the bikes are awesome to look at…. most I wouldnt dare ride tho….