Hey Kats and Kittens on this page I'm going to  keep you up to date on all the new products that I'm making, and any new items that I am featuring on this web site. Winter time is here and the weather is getting extremely cold  here in the North East Coast, it's  time to get the rods and Kustoms in the the garage and and get  them ready for some Kruzien come springtime , When sprucing up the Old Hot Rod from Hell or Kustom Kruzier don't forget, what would be better than  Grabbing on to one of my Kustom shifter knobs, ( well that is beside grabbing on to your best girl) , so check out my shifter knob page for LOW prices on all the shifter knobs made right here in Good "OL" America  . I've  been in my Atomic garage/shop ( a very creative place for me) carving out some new shifter knobs along with doin some fiber glassing, airbrushing and just some Krazy Kustomizing, there is a lot more to show you on it's way, but for now check out what's new so far


CORVETTE JAKE Crossed Flags Shifter Knob:

New for 2012 is this shifter knob for all the Bad Boys Racing Team, Corvette Jake with his Crossed Flag Eyes, perfect knob to Stare you down in your Vette or any Hot Rod or Custom, many colors available.





CHECK OUT What's New in the TIKI LOUNGE:






 It's Hog Wild Time:

Just finished a new shifter knob called Hog Wild, it was made more for a Harley or Biker knob but it will also Look Great in any car .





 3 New Tiki Knobs

New Tiki shifter knobs have been added to my line up, The Unexpected Tiki is the first, Voo Doo Shrukin Head and Double Ku, check out the Shifter knob page for a list of all the Kustom Knobs.



 Surf Tiki  :

That's right yet, another couple of Tiki style shifter knobs fresh from the Lava molds, Surf Tiki and Moai Surf Tiki are the latest shifter knobs to emerge from that scary place ( the Garage) or what I like to call Eyeball's Kustom Korner, just over 5 inches tall by 2inches wide and 1 1/2 inch deep, available in many colors, they say the more Tikis you have the better the vibe in your universe is ( sounds Good to me) check em out.




Here is something NO Tiki Lover should be without a 4ft tall 1 ft dia.  Tiki Totem pole speaker cover, I wanted to do a large Tiki carving to be used for covering up my speakers in my backyard, so after looking at 100's of Tiki carvings this is what I came up with, they are made out of fiberglass and can be used for many other thing beside covering up speakers, I actually have one as a planter also, I plan on cutting out the upper Tiki eyes and mouth and adding lights inside that blink to the music, maybe a fog machine blowing out smoke form the nose would be KOOL also, check it out and let me know what ya think, jpsspfx@aol.com, I made a mold of it so I can make plenty more.

                                             The Tiki is painted to look like stone




Another TiKi Speaker Cover

Here is another Tiki Speaker cover just finished, this one is a little over 2feet tall and about 15 inches outside diameter and 8 inches inside diameter, this has a wood finish on it, take a LOOK. I also use them as planters, KOOL MAN


The EVIL EYE.......

Don't give anyone the Evil Eye unless it's my Newest shifter knob, then Yes Please do give someone the Evil Eye, this shifter knob has ATTITUDE, with it's low down eyebrow, gritting teeth and Bulging veins, airbrushed in Kandy Kolors, GRAB one before there Gonesville.



NEW TIKI shifter knob :

Somewhere in the South Pacific, south of the Hawaiian Islands, and just east of Tonga , there lies an island, not shown on any modern map, but the natives on near by islands call it Koolalukie. Turquoise water surrounds a lush tropical forest and mountain ranges thought to be uninhabited at first but not so; it’s here that our story starts.  A recent expedition to this island not only found what remains of a primitive native Kulture form the past but also turned up a find so unbelievable, so outstanding, so magnificent,  that it could not be kept a secret.  A huge tiki idol had been unearthed, maybe by a fierce storm that had past by the area not to long ago, how ever it happened is not of importance what is, is that it was found , the news of it just reached the main land today, no one could believe there ears when they heard that a huge carved idol by the name of “KoolKaraLukie”(KOOL-KAR-A-LUKIE) the god of all Kustoms was discovered, Prof. A Gasser leader of the expedition made a deal with chief Koolalukie ( I think for a bunch of Big Daddy Ed Roth models, some glue and a genuine Rat Fink ring) to take back smaller versions of the Great KoolKaraLukie to sell to all who have a Kool Kustom Kar or a Hot Rod from Hell, use them as shifter knobs or just stick them to your dash board, where ever you put them they are known to bring Koolness to all those how have one , available in Monkey wood brown, Jade green and Lava Red, since the discovery other KOOLKARALUKIE have been spotted, (check the pictures)  this is where our story ends for now, with Prof. A Gasser looking back at the Huge KOOLKARALUKIE on the beach and turning to his two partners Drag Nut and Mother’s Worry saying to them I can’t help wonder why is his tongue is hanging out??????? And why he looks so familiar to me???? Until next time when the three explorers return to the Island to search the cave of the Flying Eyeballs.  



I wanted to sculpt a shifter knob other then a skull this time, so what else goes with Hot Rods and KOOL Kustoms but a TIKI knob. I also wanted to keep it in a "Roth" style so after looking at many pictures of carved Tiki idols and keeping in mind Mr. Gasser I came up with this little guy, there are 3 styles to choose from: Monkey wood Brown, Lava Red and Jade Green.




3-D Skull Cap Biker Helmet: 

3-D Skull cap made out of fiberglass (What else !) made to fit over any standard skull half cap helmet or full size helmet, or pretty much any helmet, they are light weight and can be airbrushed in any way you like, bonded on the helmet DOT or Non DOT, which ever you prefer.  




Batmobile Batphone replica:

HOLY replica Batphone!!!!!  Batman, could it be an exact replica of the Batphone that is in the Original 1966 Batmobile???  Yes Robin it's true and better yet you can get them non-working or working to hook up to your house phone line so everyone an call us in time of need POW Boff Bam   key pad for the phone is hidden under the custom made Bat insignia








Kustom Saddle Bags:

OK what's better then having one of my Kustom made fiberglass Indian fenders?, well a set of Kustom made saddle bags to go with them, lately I have been making Kustom one-of saddle bags they are standard bags changed to fit any style you can think up, this is a set of bags that have been changed to resemble tail fins on a 57 Chevy, take a look, like what you see/, have a set of bags you want Kustomized?, e-mail me and let me know what your looking for, jpsspfx@aol.com




Indian Style Fenders: Although not new to this site I have been getting many requests for different style Indian fenders I can make them stock width or Kustomize them to any width or length or change them in any way you can think of,  here are some pictures of a fender I did for a total full Kustom build, also Kustom saddle bags were made for this bike.







Here's another Great Bike and some words from it's owner :

I have all ways thought the 1947 Indian Chief fender was the baddest fender ever made, so when I ran across your web site in search for one I jumped on it, since it was going on a 2004 VTX 1300 Honda I wanted one that did not have predrilled holes and such. The install was fairly easy with the exception of  the inner bracket made for the old fender, which I chose to use, it had to be cut and modified to work with the slimmer fender, then for outer spacers were used to take up the space between the forks and fender. Last once the fender was in place, the brake caliper was put in place then scribed around it for the area to be cut out, a roto zip worked great for that. Then it was prime and paint. The hardest part of the whole process was waiting for the paint to dry. Thanks for a great fender.... Larry 






And here are are a few more pics from Al and his VTX up in Alaska



John,  Without you as an inspiration and your technical help,  I would have never imagined this project.  The bike came out better than I could have ever seen in my mind's eye.  I still can't believe it's my bike,  Thanks again !!!, Al



Roth Rat Fink Tribute 2003:  

This sculpture has been awhile in the making, ever since Big Daddy past away I wanted to do a sculpture depicting him and his Lovable Creature he made Rat Fink. I wanted to make this for all the inspiration he had given me over the years, I worked on this on week ends and when ever I could find the time, I needed a Good picture of Ed to go by and after looking for some time I found a picture from the early 60's  that showed Ed airbrushing a shirt and turned slightly to the camera giving a Very Sly Ed Roth Look this was the pictured I needed to get started, so after two years in the making this is what I came up with, I sent a couple of them out to Moldy Marvin in California to be auctioned off at the 4th annual Rat Fink Party, take a look and let me know what ya think.



Roth/Rat Fink Tribute July 21, 2001

Just sent this Skate Board Deck and some resin sculptures out to LA to Moldy Marvin for the 2nd annual Ed "Big Daddy" Roth Party/Tribute. It will be up for auction along with many other Artist donated art work, to help raise money for local charities and to assist in the preservation of the Roth Estate.                                                                           

I airbrushed this in memory of Big Daddy for his help and inspiration that he has given to me, THANKS "Big Daddy".




Fast Glass: Here's a couple of pictures of some glass products I made years ago out of fiberglass for the Hot Rod guys, to Kustomize there Rods and figured I throw them in the what's new section cause someone might need them, first is a 2 inch frenched tear drop tail light bucket and a 3 inch to 1 1/2 frenched license plate housing more on the way.



Check out the NEW section on Fiberglass Mold Making everything you always wanted to know about Mold Making (but didn't want to ask)

Also check out a New section on Fiberglass restorations

UP- Date in Skullsville:

New Skull Hot from the mold, or how I spent my Winter vacation, every year I try and make a least one or two new shifter knobs, here is the latest one "The Wild One"




Here are a few more......



First up is Top Hat Skull, a Scary Skull with some class, next is Mean Eyes Skull with a stare that could Scare your pants off (or skirt), then one of my favorites Shifter Brains with Light up eyes and Brains a mini 12 volt light is inside the Skull hook it up to any 12 volt source, dash lights, brake lights, get two and use them for turn signals KOOOOOOL. Now you can order any one of my shifters with light up eyes just go to the Shifter knob page and pick one out and I have two different type of eyes you can add on, and any color you would want.




This Just in:

Something new Limited Edition Candy Apple Transparent shifter knobs, a limited number of Candy Apple shifter knobs are now being made DON'T DELAY owning one of these HOT Glowing shifter knobs.






Skateboard Decks:




Skateboard Decks

Here's a pair of skateboard Decks, they are a great media to airbrush on here is Rat Fink with flames ( what else! ) and Flaming Eyeball over checker board, notice Rat Fink is Holding the Flaming Eyeball board "KOOL Man"                                                                                    

Skateboard decks are 31 inches long by 8 inches wide, made with 7 ply USA grown AAA rock hard maple, deep concave shape and front and rear lifts keep your feet glued to the board "KOWABUNGA DUDE"    Decks are Kustom airbrushed in many different styles and colors, pricing starts at $75.00 on up.



Slot/ RC cars:




But of coarse I paint slot and RC cars here are a few examples, they are 1/32 in scale lexan bodies, airbrushed and hand painted, pricing starts at $30.00 on up according to amount of time airbrushing, pictures of RC bodies coming soon.



Hold on Kats, more on it's way.


Rat Fink™ name and device and Ed "Big Daddy" Roth and "Moldy Marvin" are trademarks of Ed Roth © 1999/2000 Rat Fink device © Ed Roth 1986 (Ed "Big Daddy" Roth,Rat Fink,Beatnik Bandit,Road Agent,Outlaw, Mysterion,Tweedy Pie,Stealth 2000, Surfite, Wild Child,Angel Fink, Robin Hood Fink, Mothers Worry, & Dragnut are all trademarks of Ed Roth (C) '99/2000.)