Orange County Choppers: American Made is a lifestyle and build series that features Paul Teutul Sr. and his world renowned crew from Orange County Choppers and Rusty Coones, from Sons of Anarchy. Audiences will get an intimate glimpse inside the exciting worlds of Paul Sr. and his new friend Rusty's adrenaline fueled lifestyles. Watch these American icons as they create and build the most extreme custom themed bikes, boats and other unique one of kind machines on the planet for their celebrity and interesting clients. This original series is being produced by Orange County Choppers East Coast West Coast LLC.

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Orange County Choppers: American Made - Vincent DiMartino - Netflix

Vincent “Vinnie” DiMartino (born October 9, 1972) is an American motorcycle builder, best known for his work from 2002 to 2007 at Orange County Choppers (OCC), the subject of the American TV show American Chopper. In August 2007 DiMartino left Orange County Choppers and founded V-Force Customs, a custom motorcycle shop in Rock Tavern, NY. Several months later, Cody Connelly, a friend and co-worker of DiMartino at Orange County Choppers also left to join him at V-force Customs. In 2010, DiMartino returned to the show; however instead of rejoining his former employer, OCC, he joined Paul Jr. Designs. DiMartino, known as “Vinnie,” was born to John and Margaret DiMartino. He is the second child of four. DiMartino and his wife Melissa have three girls and a boy, Vanessa, twins Isabella and Ava, and Vincent.

Orange County Choppers: American Made - Career - Netflix

DiMartino spent five years working for Orange County Choppers before leaving in August 2007.

Orange County Choppers: American Made - References - Netflix