ORIGINAL "PANS RULE" PANHEAD PATCH
Back by popular demand..........well, a
couple of people asked........ I did this patch in 1974, when everyone was
scrambling to put Shovel heads and barrels on their pans. I almost did it,
but I decided, I liked the ding, ding noise the sheet metal lids made.
Everybody thought I was nuts, quieter and a few more hp was the thinking
back then. Funny how things go in circles. Nowadays, their changing their
Pan/Shovels back into Pans. And even putting Pan heads on Evo's, go figure?
This re-issue is scanned from the original 1974 artwork. The patch measures
4-1/2" wide and 3-1/2" tall. Aluminum grey embroidery on black polyfelt. The
edge is merrowed in black and the back has had patch sealer applied to
KNUCKLEHEADS NEVER DIE TOMBSTONE PATCH
This patch was No. 2 in a series of
tombstone shaped patches I did in the seventies. For all you die hard
Knuckle guys out there. This re-issue is 4" wide and 3-3/4" tall.
Embroidered in 4 colors on black polyfelt. The edge is merrowed in black
with patch sealer applied to the back to stabilize it. This patch,
originally, done for my friend Jake. We all used to give him a ration,
about his 1936 Knuckle. Stuff like "You steal that from a museum? and
"Hey, dinosaur's are extinct, go bury that thing" All in good fun, Jake
always, took it in stride. The truth be know, Jake's Knuck was the
cleanest Knuckle chop I've ever seen, then or now! Jake and that beautiful
old Knucklehead of his, inspired this patch and he got the first one. I
lost track of them many years ago, but I'll bet that old Knuck is still
beatin' like a drum somewhere........