If you thought you knew the story of American Chopper and the Teutul family, you haven't heard anything yet.

Paul Jr. is releasing his new tell-all book this Tuesday called The Build. The book gives us an honest look at the reality television star's days before, during and after the ten years American Chopper aired on Discovery.

The launch of the book coincides with a recent announcement that American Chopper was coming back on the air, with new episodes being filmed right now at both Paul Jr. Designs in Montgomery and the Orange County Choppers headquarters in Newburgh.

According to Teutul, the book has lots behind-the-scenes stories that he describes as "outrageous." Paul spills everything from untold stories about his relationship with his father, the true stories you never got to see on the show and other juicy tidbits about living his life in front of a camera. He spoke candidly to us about what readers will be most surprised about:

Fans around the world can get their hands on The Build starting Tuesday, November 7. Hudson Valley residents, however, will get an exclusive opportunity chance to have their copies signed by Paul Jr. at his shop in Montgomery. The signing, which is being organized by Barnes and Noble, and will take place this Saturday, November 11. The event starts at 2pm at the new Paul Jr. Designs headquarters on Ward Street in Montgomery and, according to Teutul, will last until every fan gets their book signed.

If you missed part one of our interview with Paul Jr. about his relationship with his father and working together with him after 10 years, here's a glimpse.