Don't know what this is, but anything with chains, rust and axes is cool shit.
you wouldn't see anything like this on the road in the usa, this is a mainland european machine for sure, we used to see loads of 'outfit's' like this at the long lamented hells angels run kent custom show in the early eighties, it was actually closer for the french/belgians/germans etc to come over on the ferry than for us to suffer the tortuous m1/m25 motorway nightmare, good times though and a world away from the usual shows in britain at the time, hells angels taking acid and ecstacy and dancing to house and rave music until dawn on the faded glory of the kent coast where 50 years earlier our eyes would have been nervously scanning the horizon for the threat of nazi invasion. what about something similar to tow behind your bike herm?, perhaps two fifty gallon oil drums welded together, a couple of porthole windows cut in for light and ventilation, a cool 'torpedo' loading chute door on the end, [complete with 'spinner'] battery powered light for reading, ablutions c/o local restrooms and beach front shower blocks? just sayin.....
sorry, a decade out re. the rave, i of course meant the early nineties, early eighties we were all listening to bon jovi, simple minds, def leppard and dire straitsof course..... now, where did i put my spandex and mullett wig...
I would like to think that it is in fact a mobile bbq trailer; the axes and other accouterments are for butchering your favorite infidel meat. But, I believe loveless is on target! Adios!
but, mr vaquero, surely the axes would be nice and shiny, sharper than the creases in a republican's trousers? the axes on this outfit look dull and rusty, more fashion statement than honed, lubed and ready to use meat cleaver, being a die hard vegetarian of twenty year's i like to think more tomato, pepper and garlic rather than flesh, tissue and sinew, axes or axis?
Maybe it's a hearse for little people. The various axes and cleavers are used to "trim" a customer who wont fit.And Loveless, One bite of my famous Indiana squirrel stew with cornbread will cure you of your carniphobia.
To each his own... I'm digging the "Re-Bar Sissy Bar". A good use for Real Heavy Metal!