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Orlando is the fifth location for the British biker and gearhead-centric chain.
To help stay in touch year-round with its gearhead community, the Goodguys Rod and Custom Association has developed a performance lifestyle website.
Mr. Franklin is a gearhead and a MacGyver with obsessive tendencies.
German gearhead Clemens F. Leonhardt and his crew at Leonhardt Manufacturing hand-built the massive machine, which is just over 11 feet long and weighs 1,433 pounds.
Combs, a native of Kentucky who was 34 at the time, is a gearhead with strong opinions about everything from fishing rods to skis.
BURTON, Ohio -- Gearheads of every age, especially those interested in farm machinery, will gather in Burton this weekend for the 47th annual Historical Engine Society Show at Century Village in Burton.
From vintage cruises to European motorcycle gatherings, gearheads can probably find some night tailored to their specific mechanical fetish at least once a month.
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