sorry for spaming this thread, all voodoos were hand made by altitude ?
Just briefly (perhaps Ernie won't mind), VooDoo started in 1995 and initially all the steel and aluminium models were built and assembled by Altitude. The titanium D'Jab frames though were built by A-Pro in Taiwan, as I assume that Altitude didn't have the required facilities (Mountain Goat had never offered a titanium model). In 1997 VooDoo added the steel Erzulie, aluminium Bantu and full-suspension Zobop to the range, all built in Taiwan. The Bizango, Wanga, Bokor, Hoodoo and Canzo were built by Altitude until c1999, when Altitude went out of business, and VooDoo temporarily went out of business. When VooDoo returned to the market in c2001, all the frames were built by A-Pro.