Todd C. Schuster

Todd C. Schuster, 76, of Northvale, passed away on Friday, January 24, 2020. Todd was predeceased by his parents, Charles and Mildred Schuster. He was a beloved and loyal friend and will be missed by all who knew him.

Todd was a master fabricator and was instrumental in the early days of AMA Superbike racing with BMW and American Honda.  After years of working with race teams, Todd opened his own shop, Precision Specialties in Tappan, NY. He was also a member of IATSE Local 1 in NYC.

Visitation will be Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 5-9 PM at Pizzi Funeral Home, 120 Paris Ave, Northvale (201-767-3050).

In lieu of flowers, donations in Todd’s memory may be made to the Bergen County Animal Shelter, 100 United Lane, Teterboro, NJ 07608.

www.pizzifuneralhome.com

Comments

  1. Joy Cross Sherman

    I just found out, I am so sorry you will be missed by me and old AMOL’s . I hope I have a new angel to watch over me GOD SPEED love joy ❤️

  2. George & Gerry Taylor

    Will never forget the great days.. Mom add Dad, and Uncle Dutch … Mr,Machine, Marauder 11.. After the great success you had with the AMA Super bikes.. You came back to us and opened Precision Specialties,, Many projects came out of that shop because of your great expertise.. The Best Was The WarWagon We all worked on the rebuild.. We all raced it and because and because of your expertise, there was always a following to bring back the days the was.. ….
    RIP Todd, George & Gerry

  3. Kenny Willem "Mush"

    Kenny Willem”Mush” I will remember the good times we had back in the 1970s with you and Freddy Radtke and the rest of the Dumont and Bergenfield motor heads from United Choppers………. God Speed

  4. You were a good friend since the late 1950’s and we had many adventures. You were a guest at both of my weddings and other events in my life. You taught me a lot about welding and other projects. Thanks for all your help over the years. I’ll always remember me taking you down for your bike license in Lodi where we had to switch bikes due to mine being inspected and your had not been. Yours (650 BSA) had open exhaust and high bars and mine was a stock Honda Super Hawk. Thanks again for all the help over the years RIP big guy

  5. Margaret Benson

    Rest in peace Todd you were a good friend Billy, myself and the kids always had lots of fun with you at our house or up at your shop with you lots of memories and good eats at the BBQ’s

  6. Rest in Peace Todd-I will always remember the fun we had and driving the War Wagon @Atco in the match race with Arnie “The Farmer” Beswick-You had a very special talent when it came to fabrication-I remember when you and Billy and Ronnie & myself went to Ohio to buy a Roadrunner and it turned out to be a ride for nothing-car was NOT nice-May you rest in peace with Billy and Ronnie and Roger-

  7. Dennis Zambito

    I was just reminiscing thru the internet when I see that Todd has passed. I worked at Butler & Smith with Udo and Helmut for many years and loved to see Todd ride up in his very chopped Harley and his black Ford van with a 426 hemi ( and that horn ) along with many other rides. He would shake your hand and tickle you with his stub fingers and smile .Have not seen him in 30 years but my heart aches with this news. RIP my friend….

  8. Todd, You were something else tooling around Closter NJ in your awesome “Mr. Machine”. You and your “Machine”
    were one of a kind and although I haven’t seen you in about 40+ years, I will always remember how the pair of you
    brought a lot of laughs and giggles to my face when you passed by.

    Rest in Peace

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