About Paul Teutul Sr
It has been announced that the overall amount of the present Paul Teutul Sr net worth is as much as 15 million dollars. He has earned such amount of money because of his successful career in business. He is known as a founder of several companies, including Orange County Iron Works and Orange County Choppers. These companies have added up a lot to the total estimate of Paul Teutul Sr net worth, too.
The businessman was born in New York in 1949. In the 1970s Paul Teutul Sr made clear that his true passion was motorcycles as he was inspired by this sport when he watched movies such as “Hells Angels on Wheels” and “Easy Rider”. In addition to riding motorbikes, he also soon started producing them. His passion of this sport was eventually passed to his kids as well, thus his sons Michael and Paul Teutul Jr got also interested into this sport.
Eventually, Paul Teutul Sr made his mind to get involved into this industry more when he opened his first company related to motorbikes, called Orange County Iron Works. This company also eventually became one of the main sources of Paul Teutul Sr net worth.
Today, this company is also known as one of the largest when talking about motorcycles industry.
At the same time, Paul Teutul Sr got interested into producing bikes all by himself. He modeled the bikes according to the ones he saw on the streets or in movies. In 1999, Paul Teutul Sr decided to establish another company which would produce his modeled motorcycles, and the company was called Orange County Choppers. Soon after the establishment of the company, more and more buyers were interested into his modeled motorbikes which made Paul Teutul Sr a popular name in this industry. Therefore, the sales of the motorbikes have also increased the total sum of Paul Teutul Sr net worth.
In addition to his involvement into business, Paul Teutul Sr is also known for his bad temper and changing moods. However, this did not stop him to make his name on TV, as well, as Hollywood offered him a deal to produce a TV show about him and his business. In 2003, the first episode of his show called “American Choppers” aired. In addition to showing the day to day operations at his work place, the show also covers his relationship with his son and the rest of the family members.