Sometimes being a hoarder pays off. Johnny Gardner and his son were doing some spring cleaning in the shop and found a box of blown up small block Chevy parts. Not wanting to see the parts go to waste, it turned into a challenge to build something with them. The result was a one-of-a-kind two-cylinder V-Twin Chevy engine!
As a maker of high-performance motorcycle engines, S&S can be linked to the industrial history of Wisconsin. However, the S&S story actually starts in Blue Island, IL, right after World War II. That’s when George J. Smith returned to his home in Blue Island and began tinkering with the engine on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Smith