Shocking, right? Shockingly beautiful is what I say. This chopper love child of Paul Ponkow, owner of Bones Legacy in Las Vegas, and the original Freight Train, a creation of the late, great builder, Denver Mullins of the original Denvers Choppers in San Bernardino, California, came to be because of the first words you see on Bones Legacy’s website ─ “Preserving The Kulture.” Obviously, Paul’s got his feet firmly planted in the past, but his mind, scratch that, his whole being is set on the future. A future that doesn’t let the past stay in the past, but brings it to the forefront as fresh as a proverbial daisy.  
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Long before the internet became the information highway of today, television was the highway of our dreams. Many of us got our love of unfamiliar asphalt from shows like the revered, but tacky ‘Then Came Bronson’ starring Michael Parks and his magical, morphing Sportster. There were many others and I’m sure you have yours.
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