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      Whiteknuckler Blog

      They don't make things like they used to… but we do!

      So what do all these cars, trucks, bikes, and racing things have to do with a leather goods company?

      Truckers, riders, rodders, and ranchers know what a whiteknuckle experience is, and this is why we say that our line of leather goods and accessories is hot rod and horsepower inspired. Much of our inspiration comes from the design era when things were made differently and well, frankly, better. We can't reproduce the cars of the classic horsepower era but we can make things as they used to be for our line of leather goods and accessories!

      In our blog, you will find a collection of stories, articles, and themes that turn our crank so to speak, and tie into classic design language synonymous with our American-made goods!

      Enjoy!

      2022 Biltwell People's Champ Voting is Live!

      2022 Biltwell People's Champ Voting is Live!

      Whiteknuckler Brand is proud to sponsor and create this year's usable trophies for the Biltwell People's Champ! If you are unfamiliar with Biltwell People’s Champ, we will catch you up. It’s pretty simple, builders from around world submit their builds for consideration for the competition. The crew at Biltwell narrows it down to their favorite 24 entries, from there it’s in the public's hands as to who continues on throughout the competition, hence the name "People’s Champ". Once the 24 entrants have been selected, they have roughly 2 months to work on their builds and provide updates via social media. The public will vote and narrow it down to 13 builders. Those 13 have a couple more months to bust out work on their build and then they’re on the chopping block again, the public vote to narrow it down to the Final 6. These final 6 builders MUST have running and riding bikes by April 24th, the Biltwell media team travels to each builder to shoot both video and photo of each build. If you’re bike doesn’t run when they get there, well… you’re out of the competition.

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      History of the Chevy Nomad

      History of the Chevy Nomad

      Though its lineage was short, the Chevy Nomad was a groundbreaking vehicle that offered speed and power in a roomy body. Unlike no other, it was a car that put the sports station wagon on the map.

      Produced off and on from 1955 until 1972, the Nomad brought a style to the road that has been imitated but never duplicated since. It is now one of the most sought-after classic cars on the road, and it will continue to be a dream car for many who want to embrace the lifestyle that the car promoted.

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      History of the Triumph Bonneville

      History of the Triumph Bonneville

      When it comes to the wonderful, wide world of transportation, it is arguable that none have a history as extensive as the Triumph Bonneville. Developed at a time when British bikes were at the top of their game, the Bonneville was designed to appeal to the American buying public.

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      History of the Ford RS200

      History of the Ford RS200

      While Ford’s contribution to the Rally Car world might have been far ahead of its time, the Group B Ford RS200 still retains one of the most interesting histories of any car constructed by this automotive legend.

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      Made in the USA Spotlight: Tool Roll

      Made in the USA Spotlight: Tool Roll

      Made for men and women, the Whiteknuckler American Made Classic Tool Roll is an essential road tool and companion for hotrod, truck, or motorcycle lovers. Enthusiasts of all types will admire its hand-cut design, robust stitching, and high-quality leather. With ten tool slots, the Classic Tool Roll offers 3"x10" rolled and 15"x10" unrolled coverage for the items of your choice. It is guaranteed for life against breakage, as all Whiteknuckler Brand American Made Leather Goods & Knives are. Each Classic Tool Roll is made one-at-a-time in the USA by hand.

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