Win a Kiss Custom Chopper

A company in Florida called RTC is launching a line of HDTV LED Televisions from 32″ to 55″ ($988 to $1,988) and is using the Kiss Band logo and/or likenesses to sell them.

Good for Kiss members milking their worldwide fame with any company paying them the right price, but I would really like to know who is going to buy a Kiss HDTV Television? As a matter of fact I don’t care and probably most of you don’t.  Only particularity of the Kiss Collector LED HD TV is a diamond plated look to the casing.

The true purpose of this post is only to tell you that “Kiss HDTV” is building (who is the builder?) a Kiss Custom Chopper to be given away at Bike Week 2011. The only part I recognize for sure is the MeanStreet MXS front forks. The bike will be signed by KISS and entries will be taken daily until the drawing during Bike Week 2011.  While you register to win this bike on the Kiss HDTV Website you can also buy for $29.88 the 1:18 scale Die Cast “Collectible” version.

13 Responses to “Win a Kiss Custom Chopper”

  1. 1 fuji Nov 7th, 2010 at 9:23 am

    Wow !

    What John Q. Public always wanted a Kiss die cast to be mantled beside their OCC bike. Or a kiss TV to influence people. LOL .

    You to tell me that your a KISS fan. Wow!

    That’s fantastic John Q. and you have a tattoo of Gene Simmons on your arse adjacent to your HD badge tattoo. How will anyone see it.

    John Q’s Girl friend > Oh ! He’s always showing his arse . Just wanting someone to KISS it.

  2. 2 fredp Nov 7th, 2010 at 12:56 pm

    I still think Titan Motorcycles built the nicest looking bikes for KISS, Fender, Nascar, Indy and Playboy. Titan is still the only bike that donned the cover of Playboy and the Indy Museum. Oh boy, I said I’d never be jaded. Sorry to see it all end.

  3. 3 Walt Lumpkin Nov 8th, 2010 at 10:32 am

    Master marketer Gene Simmons puts another notch on the grips. At least Gene is up front that he is all about the money. Can’t blame him for taking it if someone wants give him money to use the name and likeness.

  4. 4 Jason Nov 8th, 2010 at 11:44 am

    I would buy a Kiss TV in a second. These guys are the consumate capitalists and I applaude them. They arent phony…they tell you right up front: “we have come for your money and your women”! God Bless capitalism!

  5. 5 sidewinder Nov 8th, 2010 at 1:09 pm

    I have to agree with FredP on the Titan bikes. My friend won that 1st Playboy Titan. It was a nice bike. Does anyone know what is going on with them? Their new bagger is a really good looking bike.

  6. 6 1550tc Nov 8th, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    Didnt these theme bikes die back in 04 when OCC was at their peak???…………….theme and motorcyle has to be the biggest oxymoron in this industry………..

    enough of these look, look, look at me poser bikes

  7. 7 Chief Waldo Nov 8th, 2010 at 7:03 pm

    Proof that the end of the world is nigh…

  8. 8 fredp Nov 8th, 2010 at 8:40 pm

    TO SIDEWINDER: Titan was aquired by Northside Automotive Group of Canada. They have an office in Canada, A dealership in Vegas ( Flagship), and the factory has moved to 101 and cave creek road in Phoenix. I think, according to their website, a few US dealers as well.I don’t know the number of bikes they are producing, but I’m guessing they are keeping the factory in the USA because Titans were certified into Canada when I was with them. Makes it easier to cross borders. I believe they (new owners) would have had to recertify INTO the USA if they started building all of them in Canada? We did make some awesome paintwork with Airea 5150!
    I keep in contact with all the old vendors if ever need some “factory direct” parts that can’t be had.

  9. 9 sidewinder Nov 9th, 2010 at 9:03 am

    Thats what I thought Fred. Been keeping in touch with them on Facebook. Seems like they are actually trying to do it right in rebuilding the company. If I’m correct & you are the Fred P*****r I’m thinking of, we spoke in the past when Ttitan was in Phoenix. Just wanted to say thanks for the help back then.

  10. 10 Bud Nov 9th, 2010 at 9:04 am

    Looks like a Pro-Street Frameworks frame and swingarm.

  11. 11 madpuppy Nov 9th, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    1550tc–I saw a commercial for occ, and theme bikes are alive and well ! Our TAX dollars are paying Sr. at OCC to build ( put together) a bike for none other than the F.B.I.

  12. 12 jatinder pal Nov 10th, 2010 at 11:35 am

    Nice bike….copy of Trotta’s work.

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