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Welcome to MotorheadGear.com,
owned and operated by Scott and Karen Teeters.

From the precision drawn car prints of renowned car artist, K. Scott Teeters to the High Quality Leather Jackets customized with GM logos, we have just the thing for yourself or a loved one.

We have been online offering our products and services for over ten years. We are also on E-bay with great feedback and we welcome you to visit our stores on E-bay as well. Our stores are Corvette Gear and Dudes Motorhead Shop and you will find we have excellent comments from our E-bay customers!.

Scott also has offered his car art on two other websites. Precision-Illustration.com features all Scott’s call dragster, musclecar and hot rod prints while IllustratedCorvetteSeries.com features all Scott’s famous Corvette prints and stories that have appeared in VETTE Magazine since 1976.

We are proud to offer this Yahoo Store as the website that combines all our wonderful car art and car gifts in one large, easy to navigate site with a secure Yahoo Store shopping cart for the best shopping experience yet!

We know that our best customers are satisfied repeat customers. And the easier we make it for our customers to find just what they want on one site, the better. Of course, our number one aim has always been to maintain the best customer service and product quality. And now with our Yahoo Store, for our
existing and new customers, ease of use and product choice has been vastly increased!

Our combined years of experience in product design, marketing, sales and customer service have made us dedicated to providing quality products and quality service. We have researched and come up with an expanded line of quality products and car art that you can conveniently and confidently purchase from your home, on your computer, or with our toll-free number, 1-800-858-6670.

Scott has over 30 years experience as a business owner, artist, author and website entrepreneur while Karen has over 25 years experience in marketing, sales, customer service and online business expertise.

We pride ourselves in offering a unique variety of art, gifts, and apparel from wonderful artists and trusted companies in the motorhead gear industry.

Our mission is to provide you and all our valued customers with high quality products along with outstanding and conscientious customer service. Everything is always carefully packaged and sent in a timely manner with consistent contact and updates. We want you to come back and to confidently recommend us to your friends and relatives.

In addition to Scott’s 650-plus collection of automotive art prints,
we offer the following items for Dudes and Dudettes everywhere!

* High quality leather and cloth jackets, leather duffel bags, accessories, with Corvette, Corvette Racing, Camaro, Chevy Bowtie, GTO, Cadillac, and Hummer logos. There are official GM licensed products. No knockoffs here!

* Licensed accessory items, including: Zippo Lighters, Corvete Wine Sets, Corvete CD Holders, and Ladies Leather Handbags.

* Licensed die-cast cars, including Corvettes and Vintage Drag Racers, as well as Chevy, Ford, and Mopar die-cast engines.

* Licensed classic automotive, drag strip, road, gas, and oil metal signs.

* Licensed neon signs for Corvettes, Mustangs, Camaro, and many using our circular automotive, drag strip, road, gas, and oil metal signs.

* Licensed automotive clocks.

* Nostalgia Drag Racing DVDs, CDs, and classic design t-shirts.

About K. Scott Teeters and his Automotive Art Collection.

K Scott Teeters is a successful automotive artist whose work translates into a sleek looking product line that includes Hot Rod Nostalgia Posters, Exotic Sports Car Lithographs, Framed Corvette and Shelby Mustang/Cobra Prints.

Scott is a commercial artist who, since 1977 has been a contributing artist and writer for over a dozen automotive publications. Currently he has a monthly feature in "Vette Magazine" called The Illustrated Corvette Series.

A Personal Note From the Artist/Author, K. Scott Teeters

I am often asked, how I got into drawing cars. Well, I was one of those guys in school that was always drawing cars on my book covers and along the margins of my notes. When I graduated from Collingswood High School (in Collingswood, NJ), I thought I wanted to be a draftsman. It didn’t take long for me to realize that my heart belonged to illustration.

I kept drawing drag racing and muscle cars and in 1975 had my first illustration published in "Drag Racing USA" magazine, and have never stopped.

Eventually, in the early ’80s, I went to Philadelphia College of Art and studied illustration. After I put together a portfolio, I began my freelance career. In the early ’90s I had the unique opportunity to work in the "Boys Toys" R&D Department at Tyco Toys where I worked on Tyco RC, Tyco HO, Matchbox, and Matchbox Collectibles product lines. Not only did I have receive a first-rate education in product design and development, I worked with some of the most talented and creative people I have ever known.

No, it wasn’t like the Tom Hanks movie, "BIG," but I did share many wacky times there.

All along though, I kept my hand in the magazine biz and am currently a contributing artist and writer for "VETTE Magazine". And I now produce a monthly online newsletter called "The Corvette Report" with all kinds of juicy tidbits for the Corvette enthusiast.

I also enjoy researching the best mix of cool gear and art for motorhead enthusiasts of all ages and maintaining and updating the MotorheadGear.com store so that there is always something interesting and new to check out.

Thanks for stopping by and please bookmarks us!


PS – Our eBay store has been open since 2000 and currently has over 1,776 feedbacks and a 100-percent positive rating! To read our ratings, CLICK HERE.


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