- A full list of Tattoos is available on Customization Items.
- Announcer: "And now, a public service announcement from Rusty of "Rusty's Needle", formerly "Big Cranks"."
Rusty: "Ya know, when my brother Crank passed away and left me his tattoo parlour, I first thought I'd turn it into an ice cream parlour, I mean, everybody loves ice cream, and ice cream doesn't hurt, you know, nobody ever got hepetitis C from a nice scoop of neopolitan, but after some intense, err, meetings with some local, um, young groups, I was persuaded to keep the parlour just as it is, so I am proud and forced to say that Rusty's Needle will remain open for all your tattooing and body modification needs."Rusty is getting noticeably more stressed at this point.Rusty: "So come on in to Rusty's Needle, and we'll stick it to ya!"
Announcer: ""Rusty's Needle", formerly "Big Cranks", ink for all."
- — Rusty's Needle radio commerical
- The last used vehicles is automatically repaired when buying a Tattoo.
- In Saints Row: The Third, the songs that play are instrumental versions of the songs "The Intent" and "Modest Opinion" by Falling Blind, although this is not mentioned in the game's credits.
- The clerk in the Stoughton Rusty's Needle in Saints Row is voiced by Joe Camareno, who voices Carlos in Saints Row 2.
- Welcome to "Rusty's Needle", formerly "Big Cranks", formerly Harry's House of Hepatitis
- — Rusty