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Paul Teutul and his son Paul Jr. create some of the world's most original custom motorcycles -- Paul Sr. operates Orange County Choppers, and Junior leads his staff at Paul Jr. Designs. Both shops are located a stone's throw from each other in Orange County, N.Y., but sometimes it seems as if father and son are worlds apart. They were business partners at OCC until a family feud that included a lawsuit led to their separation, both personally and professionally. This reality series follows the hot-headed Teutuls as they strive to remain on speaking terms while their shops compete to outdo each other in the designing and building of custom bikes.

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Junior designs a bike inspired by a futuristic big rig, but the massive amount of fab crushes his schedule; the OCC team builds a vintage military-style bike with sidecar to benefit a foundation for wounded veterans.
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Senior and Junior begin restoring a 1951 Buick, but they don't always go by the book; Senior risks everything by moving designs away from their famous choppers; Junior challenges himself to build a streamlined bike for the MLB Network.
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Junior designs a monster trike and takes a huge financial gamble; Senior and Junior ponder the idea of building a bike together; Josh builds a bike for the local SPCA, headed by Joanie and Senior.
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Senior and his team struggle to deliver a vintage-style bike on time; Junior deals with the complicated assembly of the Martin Guitar reverse trike; Senior surprises Junior with the first theme bike they ever built.
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Senior takes on a build for a Vietnam memorial, determined to create a bike worthy of history; Junior is hired by Martin Guitar to design a massive reverse trike, an undertaking that pushes his team to their limits.
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Junior designs a monster trike and takes a huge financial gamble; Senior and his team struggle to build two bikes in three weeks for a Florida resort; Senior and Junior ponder the idea of building a bike together.
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OCC builds an aggressive paintball bike, but Senior and Josh have creative differences; Junior designs a farm-inspired bike with a surprise element; Senior and Junior attempt to get the Buick running and celebrate Junior's birthday.
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Senior goes back to his roots, designing a throwback brand of affordable motorcycles, to sell out of the OCC Showroom: Junior challenges himself to build a bike using multiple aluminum parts.
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The crew builds a tribute bike to honor the men and women of law enforcement; the guys visit the New York State Police Academy.
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Junior attempts his first ever dually trike; Senior and his team struggle to build two bikes in three weeks; the Teutuls cruise the Buick through Senior's old stomping grounds.
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Junior designs a western-inspired motorcycle for country music artist Clay Walker; Senior and the OCC guys build a military-themed bike to be auctioned off to benefit families of fallen soldiers; Senior and Junior assemble the Yankees bike.
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Senior takes a risk by starting a Spartan Race-inspired build before meeting the client, then he has to change course to accommodate the client's requests; Junior designs a monster trike, but trouble with the wheels may mean missing the unveil.
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When the OCC crew builds an old school chopper for a longtime fan, Senior must rely on Mikey to get the job done; Junior designs an awe-inspiring trike for a repeat client, and father and son come into the home stretch on the Yankee build.
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OCC builds a bike inspired by a 1965 GTO, but this massive job may cause Senior to miss the first deadline of his career; when Junior designs a bike for a corporate client, changes in fabrication throw a wrench in the schedule.
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The OCC crew members are pushed to their limit when they build a pair of contrasting bikes for a client; Junior designs an ethanol-fueled motorcycle; Junior makes a change to the Yankees bike design, and Senior confronts him.
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Senior confronts Junior about his harsh words; Senior closes a huge deal with an exotic car dealership; Junior's simple mistake leads to destruction in the shop.
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The crew builds one of their fastest bikes ever, but a problem threatens the schedule; Junior and Senior work on a badly beaten Yankee bike.
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Ten years after the demise of their rocky partnership, custom motorcycle builders Paul Sr. and his son, Paul Jr., forge ahead with their own shops and separate lives; Senior struggles to meet a deadline, while Junior finds a chance to rebuild a bike.
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Senior, Junior and Mikey donate the TEUTUL bike; Senior pulls a final prank and the threesome takes a raucous ride through the most defining moments of American Chopper.
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The crews try to finish the bikes; Cody goes after OCC with a prank; Sr. and Jr. find common ground.
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As hurricane Sandy hits, the PJD crew rushes off to rescue the 9/11 Memorial bike; progress on the production bike grinds to a halt when Sr. and Jr. disagree on a plan of action.

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