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From Hobby Shop to Custom Garage: An Interview with Vintage Steele
British Customs talks to Vintage Steele about saving old bikes from the scrapyard, riding in Vemont, and making motorcycles by hand
British Customs interviews Josh Steele and Chris John of Vintage Steele about saving old bikes from the scrapyard, riding in Vemont, and making motorcycles by hand
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