Vendetta To Raise Money

Hey Cyril: “I just got done with a bike that I am chancing off for the American Red Cross Armed Forces Disaster relief Fund.  We are only selling 500 tickets at 100.00 dollars a ticket so someone actually has a good chance to win. We are trying to get the American Red Cross and our soldiers at least 7 to 10 thousand dollars. The winner of the raffle will have a choice of taking the bike which is our “Vendetta” model with some twists to it or 20k in cash money. This is very important to me so I was hoping you can put up a post or two about this subject. The bike will be given away on armed forces day next year on May 16th 2009. The tickets can be bought off my website, my ebay store or just call and we can send them out. Our soldiers need our help and I do something special for them every year since I was a former marine and knows what it means!!!” Frank Stancato,President Death Row Motorcycles, LLC.

5 Responses to “Vendetta To Raise Money”

  1. 1 Mystery guy Oct 7th, 2008 at 9:51 am

    Didn’t Viper Motorcycle already name their new bike THE VENDETTA?

  2. 2 Jeff Nicklus Oct 7th, 2008 at 11:42 am

    Frank and the crew at Death Row are all first class people …… Frank can’t hold his Tequila worth a damn …. but he is first class non the less. Now all of you bloggers jump on his website and buy some of these tickets, it is for a worth while cause.

    Frank: (1) Sign me up for a ticket (2) jump in the middle of Vipers Chest for using your name “Vindetta” (3) Call me when you get a free minute.

    Over & out,


  3. 3 harry Oct 7th, 2008 at 12:51 pm

    This is way cool, hats off to Death Row!!! I hope that this is a success for everyone involved and that Death Row achieves as much success as possible in everything that they do. They are a first rate group of folks.

  4. 4 Dave B. Oct 10th, 2008 at 10:02 pm

    A good looking bike. Is that front end one of Mondo’s?

  5. 5 Frank Stancato Oct 15th, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    Thanks. Yes, It’s a Denver’s Choppers front end and matches well with the twisted spoke wheels.

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