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Since before I can remember I've been in and around cars of all shapes, sizes, and types. My father has been a mechanic for over 35 years, and successfully ran his own automotive business for more than two decades. When I wasn't running around, pulling and twisting off old Mercedes-Benz and Cadillac logos off customer's cars for my personal collection as a kid, I was learning a thing or two about cylinder layouts, spark plugs, and locking rear differentials. While neither my dad nor I still troubleshoot faulty engines for profit, I'm still here to help you find the best possible ride for you and your family.
Cars, trucks, motorcycles and anything else with an engine have a long, running history with me. As my mother will happily attest to, if something could be taken apart, I would find a way to do it as a kid. I've had my fair share of fixer-uppers along with a nice truck here and there; all of which have come by way of having to bargain with professionals, friends and private parties. I've also had the advantage of learning from some of the best automotive minds in the business through first-hand experiences, as well as a work room filled with so much automotive literature it'd make your head hurt. I started off small, building old Chevy model trucks and military planes with my grandfather and Dad in our basement. We casually moved up to the real thing, like your run-of-the-mill Dodge Neons and GMC Sierras.
When I'm not doing something pertaining to the automotive industry, I'm an avid fan of Alabama Crimson Tide Football, the Boston Red Sox, pitbulls, and riding motorcycles. In a previous life I was a sports writer who covered an array of games and events ranging from college to professional teams. My favorite event that I covered as a sports reporter has to be the University of Rhode Island making it all the way to the National Invitational Tournament finals at Madison Square Garden back in 2010; ask me about it and you'll have to use chloroform to get me to stop talking.
It's my background covering sports combined with my life-long love of cars that amplifies my ability to bring you up-to-the-minute news stories and info. It also gives me an insight to help you, the consumer, find the perfect vehicle for whatever your life may call for.
May 17, 2013
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