In our Year in Review, we look back on the murders, tragedies, restaurant news, celebrity sightings and #SMH moments that impacted the Hudson Valley in 2017.

In this post, we take a look back at the year that was for the family behind Orange County Choppers.

At the start of 2017, in January, Orange County Choppers announced they working on a new reality show. An online reality show produced by the family.

In September, Paul Sr. dropped a bombshell on WPDH. He announced that he and Paul Jr. would be making their very first public appearance together since parting ways. Paul Jr. left Orange County Choppers in 2008 after tensions between him and his father reached their peak.

Shortly after the reunion, we learned a major bombshell in the world of Orange County Choppers. Discovery announced they were bringing back American Choppers. 

Paul Jr. then stopped by WPDH to discuss filming new episodes of American Choppers with his estranged dad and where he expects their relationship to go.

Around Thanksgiving, news broke that Paul Sr. listed his Montgomery home. The home is on the market for $2.5 million. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home has a two-story showcase garage, a working garage and a barn. The showcase garage also has two apartments above the main floor. The working garage has space for boats, cars, motorcycles and more.

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