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3/20/2010

Rabbit vs. the Praying Mantis



Just found a TV spot for Metal Gear Solid 4 on youTube of Barragan riding the Rabbit... we'll get em next time...

3/06/2010

happy endings (wait, I mean "happy trails"...)



Juan is leaving... Long will the days be & sad without him. A position is now open. Applicants must be able to fit into a size-8 dress...



He'll still be coming thru as time permits... Hopefully this means we wont have to abandon our plans for the kissing booth we were planning for Hippy Killer...

3/03/2010

Easyriders - Barong as the "Evil Bobba"



Evilspirit Engineering & Barong have been featured in the new April, 2010 edition of Easyriders.


There's a nice shot of Brian taking a pose...



fighter seats for the model-A (progress)



Straight up, $20 and a free shirt to anyone that can tell us exactly how many rivets were originally used in the S2-F cockpit seat... ($5 and a free cup of coffee to anyone that is willing to come and do the final count...)


shit that got tore straight off the bottom...





Sonny killed it...



Sonny Boy Paint just fucking killed it with this helmet. We picked it up yesterday down at his station in Santa Fe Springs and we're all amazed at how this thing came out. It was a true swap find (detailed here). Next it's off to Rene at Primo's Helmet Design for an interior...




to stash the stash...


Johnny with the up-close inspection...

See Food



As we rounded the corner leaving Sonny Boy's with the new helmet, Johnny thought it would be a good idea to step up the lunch program with some Marisco's...





they didn't come in Large...




3/02/2010

Ejection is now an option...



Check out eBay find that came via the FedEx truck for the Model-A...



This is an original Grumman S2-F "Tracker" pilot's cockpit seat as used by the U.S. Navy from the 1960 to the 1980s. Originally designated the S-2F-1 (later redesignated S-2A), and affectionately dubbed the "STOOF" (S-Two-F), the Tracker combined the hunter/killer (HUK) roles the Avenger and Guardian had been providing the US Navy previously. This also meant operating off of carriers, something its big brother the P-2 Neptune, and later the P-3 Orion, couldn't do. The first prototype, XS-2F-1, flew December of 1952 and the type entered service February of 1954. A contemporary of such aircraft as the A-1 Skyraider, A-4 Skyhawk and the F-4 Phantom during the '50s and the '60's. A total of six versions, S-2F-1 until S-2F-3S (S-2A - S-2E) were turned out with a final upgrade package bringing many S-2Es up to S-2G modification. Now it's headed for the Evilspirit Engineering 31 Ford Model-A...

They're going to require a ton of work and stripping down to make these correct, but we're getting after 'em hard...


Juan, preparing for takeoff...