Tattoo Artist Wild Bill’s Rare 1959 Onan Cycle Car
Complete With Flamethrower
Tattoo Artist/Car Collector Wild Bill and his lovely Roxanne will be showing their 1959 Onan Cycle Car that is equipped with a 30-foot flame thrower at this year’s Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Half Moon Bay Airport.
Roxanne having some fun on their three motored “Maxi Bike”. (Page top photo: Wild Bill throwing out some flame.)
Wild Bill started collecting cars 37 years ago with a brass 1915 Model-T Ford Speedster. Bill & Roxanne’s garage now has 19 vehicles in it.
To check out their amazing collection, visit Wild-Bills.com on Bill’s garage. "We take cars to over 40 shows a year and Dream Machines is by far our favorite. If you plan to go to only one car show a year, this is the one to go to.”
No telling what you will see there, like Roxanne cruising their three motored "Maxi Bike". She says, "Half Moon Bay is just beautiful at this time of year."
Wild Bill Hill is a car collector and a well known tattoo artist with a complete bodysuit done by the legendary artist Ed Hardy.
Wild Bill’s Tattoo has been located in downtown Roseville, CA for over 40 years, with a staff of ten male and female artists.
Every February, the artists at Wild Bill’s hold a "Tattoo-A-Thon" benefiting the UC Davis Children's Hospital.
Over 25 volunteer tattoo artists contribute their entire wages for the day, including tips.
This year they raised $15,000.00 for the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at the hospital. To date they have raised over $248,000.
The hospital named part of the new wing after the Tattoo Shop. "What an honor," said Wild Bill. The annual Tattoo-A-Thon is always the last Saturday in February.