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1815C Broadhollow Road
Farmingdale, New York,11735
"OZ" Trucking & Rigging offers far more than the name implies. In addition to over 100 years experience providing trucking and rigging services, we also offer warehousing services. We offer 15,000 square feet of storage in our New York warehouse with additiona... more.
Motorcycle Event Transport | "OZ" Trucking and Rigging
Paul Ousey, owner of "OZ" Trucking and Rigging has been riding motorcycles for over 30 years, is active in the vintage motorcycle arena, and participated in the 2010 and 2012 Motorcycle Cannonball Runs.
Being a collector of motorcycles and having the love that Paul has for these machines, your motorcycle will be treated with the highest regard. Buzz Kantor, Jim Perry and Paul Ousey at Devil's Tower Buzz Kantor, Jim Perry and Paul Ousey at Devil's Tower Paul doing a "slow race" on his '47 Knucklehead in Denton, NC 2012
Gift To Wheels Through Time Museum - "OZ" Trucking and Riggingaka Birthday Gift from Paul Ousey to Dale Walksler
Happy Birthday Dale Walksler from Paul Ousey! Happy Birthday Dale Walksler from Paul Ousey! Paul Ousey, President and 4th generation owner of "OZ" Trucking and Rigging, drove with Buzz Kanter, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief at American Iron Magazine from New York in order to deliver a birthday present to Dale Walksler. Paul had the truck for 18 years and originally thought he would restore the truck to add to the "OZ" Trucking and Rigging truck fleet, but realized it would be so fitting to find it a new home at the Wheels Through Time Museum. Dale checking out his birthday present Dale checking out his birthday present Walksler, Owner of the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, was thrilled with his gift from Paul, which is completely appropriate for the Wheels Through Time Museum!
Paul Ousey, President and 4th generation owner of "OZ" Trucking and Rigging, drove with Buzz Kanter, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief at American Iron Magazine from New York in order to deliver a birthday present to Dale Walksler.
OZ TRUCKING & RIGGING CORP
President Paul T. Ousey
Pat Simmons on his 1929 Harley JD, Cris Sommer Simmons on her 1932 Harley VD, Paul Ousey on his 1925 Harley JE and me (Buzz Kanter) on my 1936 Harley VLH.
Paul Ousey wore his colors on 9 11 in memory of his close friend Ski who was lost following the attack on World Trade Towers. We rode through several hours of rain in the morning with Paul and me riding together and Cris and Pat riding with Scot Jacobs and his wife Sharon and a could others. After a few hours of riding Paul pulled over to tighten the bolts in his transmission that had come lose. I walked to the Home Depot we were parked in front of and bought me and Paul some dry gloves and liners which worked out great for the rest of the day. Left to right: Scott Jacobs, Paul Ousey, me (Buzz Kanter) Pat Simmons, Cris Sommer Simmons and Sharon Jacobs at a gas stop. Paul seems to have more than most. Paul Ousey goofing around (again) on Day 7 of the Motorcycle Cannonball. How fast was he going? Anyone who knows Paul Ousey can tell you all about him. After some fast talking and a free subscription to our motorcycle magazines American Iron Magazine, Motorcycle Bagger and Motorcycle magazine Paul and I arrived to the outskirts of Junction City more than an hour early, so we cooled it as a local gas station. Paul is ranked 47, I am ranked 48, Cris is 79 and Pat is 85.