Icons of 1930s Los Angeles have found a new home in a small Waterloo cul-de-sac nestled in the midst of what is fast becoming Sydney's art's precinct. A little-known, restored warehouse, named the 1346 Building, bearing a red neon sign and enormous wooden doors, is harbouring treasures seen by few in the world - the largest private collection of original Crocker motorcycles. The owner of these exquisite motorcycles, Chilli (as he's affectionately known), sets out to preserve a rare piece of automotive history by offering the same bespoke experience as back in Crocker's prime at 1346 Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles.
A project of this size and commitment is rarely seen and as Chilli rebuilds the Crocker Motorcycles in all their powerful, roadworthy glory; he offers his clients tailored specifications to maintain the value and uniqueness of these immaculate machines.
MONEY FOR ROPE
"Easy Way Out" (J.McKenzie)
From their self titled debut album available on Thornbury Records/Inertia