Do you think you designed and produced a very cool custom retro looking part but have no money, no structure, or no inclination to market it yourself? Have you ever wondered how custom parts land in catalogs? If you have an out of sight retro part that you are just dying to get to market, I offer you good tip. While in Sturgis, go the “Grease Monkey Mayhem” lot on Lazelle & 8th any day from noon to 5 PM. There you can meet with Ed Martin a.k.a. Mr Lucky, the man behind Jammer Cycle Products producing the yearly Jammer’s Handbook Catalog. Show him what you’ve got and maybe he will feature your retro part in his 2009 edition. You smell dollars? Lucky you.