LAWRENCEBURG, KENTUCKY – The scooter of long-time master distiller and whiskey icon Jimmy Russell is expected to be in the shop this week following a complaint by grandson Bruce that the scooter is out of touch with millennial consumers. Local auto shop T & T Designz is expected to complete an assortment of customizations that includes:
- Installing a set of 6-inch custom made spinner rims, new all-terrain tires, and turkey shaped valve stem caps
- Installing remote start functionality and a heated leather seat
- Completing new “murdered out” all black paint job and installing flame decals along the fenders
- Installing truck nuts to hang from back of scooter and new custom license plate which reads “BRBNKING”
- Installing bumper sticker that says “My other car is a 52-foot column still”
The scooter work is expected to be completed by Friday with Russell likely to debut the new look at the distillery this Saturday.
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