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Saturday, October 15, 2011

The Original Crazy Frank

There's been alot of hoopla over the "Crazy Frank" fender as of late.
This shot of Frank was scanned from an old mag....

If this doesn't get your chopper blood flowing. See a doctor Immediately!

13 comments:

  1. I would be psyched to see the rest of that article... is that Frank j Salcido the man himself?

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  2. I thought that'd get your attention.

    Thanks for the scans man!

    http://broyourboat.blogspot.com/2011/10/frank.html

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  3. Crazy Frank is my pops and ive never seen this picture but i will say he looks good smashing on that chopper ...

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    1. No way... huh. get in touch with me through my blog if this is legit bur-n-out.blogspot.com. I'm all ears.

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  4. Crazy Frank is my husband and has been since Sept 13, 1989...

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    1. Dolores, hey girl, it's Theresa!! I bartended at The James Boys Saloon back in the day!

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    2. Dolores, hey girl, it's Theresa!! I bartended at The James Boys Saloon back in the day!

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  5. James salcido January 20,2013
    Frank is also my father though haven't seen in years due to some unfortunate circumstances. So much hype over his fenders after all these years, he needs to start rolling them out again. Cool shit to see them after still popular after all these years.

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  6. I worked for frank back in the 70s in Sun valley Frank was a busy Man back then & was rarely at the shop. John Reed AKA Toad ran the shop for Frank they where all great friends Some of the original Bad Ass,s Lots of fond memories working there Pete Papelli's great pait jobs
    My respects to the Galloping Gooses MC

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    1. My dad, Dale Shimek, also worked for Frank in the 70's.

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  7. This is my uncle Frank, and I can remember seeing this picture when I was young, as my father had a copy of the magazine, and told me some stories about how he got that cast.

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  8. I currently write to Frank in prison and have for some time, I am not related to him but am long time friends with his daughter Tina, and I also run a crazy frank set up on my Shovel. He ha commented on my progression with my shovel project and seems like a great guy.

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  9. My uncle, George (Redneck) Mayo spoke of him - during my visits in "Oakdale, LA". j/s

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