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Wrench Against the Machine show to feature Allen and Dillon Sampson


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Check this upcoming episode of Wrench Against the Machine this Tuesday on the Esquire Channel.


Tune in this Tuesday as James Compton and two Lone Star Legacy stars, brothers Allen and Dillon Sampson, build off against another team on Esquire Network's new show Wrench Against the Machine. Each team gets the same bike platform and a $3000 budget...and only 72 hours to complete the build project. Don't miss it Tuesday evening December 13th at 8pm CST on Esquire Network.


"We have a team of three, James Compton of Compton Customs, Allen Sampson of Sampson Performance Restoration and me (Dillon Sampson of Lozano Brothers Porting)" Dillon Sampson said when asked about his appearance on the show. "Here's how it works. We have 3 days (72 hours) and three thousand dollars to built a bike we know nothing about. We face another team of three from Ohio, I believe. The wining teams gets there bike as well as the other teams bike. Winner take all. Of course I can't tell you how it all turns out, but it will be worth the watch."


Compton started his extensive motorcycle career competing in AMA Super Bike classes before becoming a world-class mechanic, tuner, crew chief and team manager at the highest levels of the sport. He brings his knowledge and expertise of being on the track and in the pit to this grueling challenge of being given a run down bike, limit tools, almost no money and no time to make one bad ass motorcycle.


Allen Sampson is a multi-time Lone Star Legacy Champion and owns and operates Sampson Performance Restoration in New Braunfels. Dillon Sampson is a frequent Lone Star Legacy winner and a well-respected engine builder with his own shop, Sampson Racing Engines.



Behind the scenes with Allen Sampson, James Compton and Dillon Sampson

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