Irish Rich is the owner of Shamrock Fabrication/Irish Rich Custom Cycles, a "no frills" custom motorcycle and fabrication shop. Rich has been involved with custom motorcycles and hot rods for over 44 years, and is a member of the Sinners, out of Southern California. Rich and his motorcycles have appeared in Street Chopper, DicE Magazine, The Horse, Easyriders, IronWorks, S&S Performance Times, Bigtwin, Show Class Magazine, Jesse James' documentary "The History Of The Chopper", One World Studios' "The Harbortown Bobber", and Joyrides Art Co.-"The Photography of Mark Kawakami". He also currently writes, and has written tech articles and feature stories for most of the custom motorcycle publications, and wrote an ongoing column for the first 16 issues of Greasy Kulture Magazine.
Are those tacked where they cross? Or do they rattle? The wall-of-plates is neato . . .
No, not tacked, but I don't think it'll rattle where they cross over.
You like that wall of plates? That's my 50 state mc plate collection, and my Colorado mc plate collection from 2000 to 1950. I have Colorado mc plates back to '36, but I don't have room out there for all of them.
I have boxes of mc plates - all the Canadian Provences (including The Yukon, and the Northwest Terr. plate in the shape of a walking polar bear), all the Aussie States & NZ, cop plates, Shriner plates, funeral escort plates, Mexican plates, etc. A friend of mine got me hooked on collecting them...like I needed another thing to collect!
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