Mr. Lucky Wants You!



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.

2 Responses to “Mr. Lucky Wants You!”

  1. 1 Ridesafe Jul 10th, 2008 at 6:12 pm

    Hey Mr. Lucky
    Boy do we have hot parts for you and your “Grease Monkey’s”. We have a handlebar mounted grease gun that will hold 3 ounces of “Pomade” hair grease that has a pressure line from the handlebars to front forks so when timed right will shoot a stream of “Pomade” right at the drivers hair (helmet removal required, of course, or be riding in a state that does not require a helmet) for that real “Grease Monkey” look. Must be installed by a “PACE” Harley mechanic of course. Any questions? Call area code 831-0u812, do you smell the money $$ Edo??????????? Edo a good TIP to you, get the hell out of the motorcycle business your too old anyway!!!!!!!!

  2. 2 madpuppy Jul 11th, 2008 at 11:04 am

    Ridesafe , I drove a Mac truck yrs. ago Ya know they have a Bull dog on the hood, I ran a small rubber tube up and in between the dogs legs, one tube in a water jug and a squeeze ball. When people would pass the dog would pee on them LOL

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