Super Seer Teams Up With Actor Larry Wilcox

By Staff Writer - October 10, 2023

Super Seer Corporation teams up with Actor Larry Wilcox to manufacture and distribute authentic replica helmets from the Hit TV Show “CHiPs”. Super Seer worked with Mr. Wilcox to create an authentic replica helmet model that was used on the set of the popular TV series. The helmets will be branded as “OFFICIAL LARRY WILCOX HELMET” and are available online exclusively at

Official Larry Wilcox Helmet Label

Each OFFICIAL LARRY WILCOX helmet features a hand-laminated fiberglass shell which is hand painted with automotive paint in the iconic Gold, Dark Blue, and Black colors that were used by “Jon” and “Ponch”. The rear of the helmet features a “7M3” decal which was Larry Wilson’s call sign “7-Mary-3” on the show. The helmet features “OFFICIAL LARRY WILCOX HELMET” labeling which is permanently heat stamped on the inside of the helmet harness. The helmets feature authentic items found on the original helmets including a leather visor, gold band and buttons, D-rings, and more.

7M3 Larry Wilcox CHiPs Decal

The Official Larry Wilcox 7M3 helmet is the perfect gift for any Larry Wilcox fan, police motorcycle officer, or motorcycle enthusiast. While each may look like an official motorcycle helmet, these are novelty helmets only. The helmet does not meet DOT certification standards and is not for vehicular use. How can you be assured that you are getting a real, authentic replica helmet as worn by Larry Wilcox, Erik Estrada and Robert Pine?

CHiPs helmet signed by Larry Wilcox

Every OFFICIAL LARRY WILCOX 7M3 helmet has been personally hand-signed by Larry Wilcox and comes with an individually numbered, tamper-evident hologram seal. To ensure authenticity, the hologram can be reviewed online. This process helps to ensure that the product purchased is authentic and eliminates any possibility of duplication or fraud.

  • Brand: Official Larry Wilcox Helmet
  • Made in the USA
  • Autographed helmet
  • Includes an individually numbered tamper-evident hologram seal
  • Signature may vary



ABOUT SUPER SEER: Established in 1967, Super Seer Corporation is a manufacturer of civilian motorcycle helmets and specializes in creating custom one-of-a-kind American made motorcycle helmets. Super Seer half shell motorcycle helmets are made in a long oval shape to fit American heads. The fit, comfort, style and look of a Seer Helmte is second to none! In addition to civilian helmets, Super Seer specializes in manufacturing American made police helmets including motorcycle, riot, corrections, general duty and mounted helmets and accessories. All Super Seer products are manufactured using American sourced raw materials at our helmet factory located in Evergreen, CO.

ABOUT LARRY WILCOX: Larry Dee Wilcox (born August 8, 1947) is an American actor best known for his role as California Highway Patrol officer (later captain) Jonathan "Jon" Baker in the television series CHiPs, which ran from 1977 to 1983 on NBC. A Vietnam veteran, Wilcox races cars and is also a private pilot.[i]   (Larry Wilcox, n.d.)

ABOUT “CHiPs”: CHiPs is an American crime drama television series created by Rick Rosner, that originally aired on NBC from September 15, 1977 to May 1, 1983. It followed the lives of two motorcycle officers of the California Highway Patrol (CHP). The series ran for 139 episodes over six seasons, plus one reunion TV movie in October 1998.[ii] (CHiPs, n.d.)
[i] (CHiPs, n.d.)
[ii] (Larry Wilcox, n.d.)

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