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Orange County Choppers: The Tale of the Teutuls by Paul TeutulI read the Overdrive digital version of Orange County Choppers. My rating is only for the entertainment and enjoyment value of the book. If I was making my rating based on the grammatical review of the book, it would be a one star. If you are bothered by multiple grammatical errors when reading books, then I recommend staying away from Orange Counter Choppers. This book is in serious need of an editor. Having mentioned that, this issue did not take away the enjoyment from this book. I looked base the grammatical errors.
Orange County Choppers takes the reader inside the hearts and minds of the Tuetul family and details how their rise to fame started. I would sum this book up as R&R: Raw and Real. What you see is what you get. Although the feud between Paul Sr. and Paul Jr. is TV staged for extra intrigue, the tension between them is definitely real. As the book mentioned many times, Paul Sr. and Paul Jr. are too much alike to work together.
This book deals with much more than a successful company and TV show. It is nuts an bolts of family dysfunction. I came away with a lot of respect for the entire family. Paul Sr. lived a tough live early in life, but he changed his lifes path. I find that highly commendable. The Tuetul siblings all seemed to have weather the storm of the Tuetul family dynamics. The Tuetul family has shown that love and support will get you through any difficult situation. For that reason, my rating is a solid four stars. I could really care less about the grammatical errors, because in life, we all have to deal with imperfections.
Paul Teutul Sr.
Getty Images Paul Teutul, Sr. Despite building a small empire with his sons and becoming quite famous, Teutul has found himself in hot water. He recently filed for bankruptcy, listing debts to his various creditors that greatly outweigh his assets. Additionally, Teutul is being sued for fraud by a former business partner of his. Teutul has been accused of purposely sabotaging a television project, which in turn cost his partner millions of dollars.
Paul Sr. got sued by his business partner
Paul John Teutul born May 1, is the founder of Orange County Choppers , a manufacturer of custom motorcycles and the focus of the reality television series American Chopper. Teutul first appeared on the show with his sons Paul Teutul Jr. Although he never served in a branch of the United States military during the Vietnam War, Teutul sailed as a member of the United States Merchant Marines during the war. It is unclear what shipboard department he worked in, or how long he sailed. Teutul originally started out owning Orange County Ironworks, a fabrication shop now solely owned and managed by son Daniel. He began building custom bikes for pleasure after being inspired by the many custom bikes appearing on the streets and in films. He hired his son Paul Jr.
American Chopper premiered on the Discovery Channel in , relatively early in the reality TV era, and the show's unique mix of human relationships and workplace drama really helped solidify the format followed by countless other reality shows set in interesting and unusual places of business. The action on American Chopper went down at Orange County Choppers, a top-notch motorcycle customization shop in southern New York state. Audiences became transfixed with not only the motorcycle miracles made from metal and paint, but with the real-life employees of OCC, chief among them impressively mustached and often contentious shop boss Paul Teutul, Sr. American Chopper rode off into the sunset in and its spinoff, American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior, departed in , only to return to TV in
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