As a husband and father of a little girl, I now spend my days as a "stay at home dad" mainly working on a computer as an SEO expert, providing service to help businesses rank at the top of search engines (for their selected keywords). With some, I provide the "Complete Service" and for others, I charge a fee based on many variables, to analyze businesses' websites and offer advice on ways in which they can be improved (for the purpose of monetization). I also run and manage several paid advertising (PPC) campaigns for businesses all over the US as well as a few for myself.
Previously, I worked as a Master Certified BMW Technician for nearly 8 years (Princeton BMW, Marty Sussman/Atlantic City BMW), moved to Kelle Chevrolet for a year as a GM tech and then to a couple of Independent shops before being injured and losing my job due to disability. I also do automotive work at home "on the side" and do quite a bit of maintenance and repair on lawn and garden equipment.
From as early as I can remember, I've always had a love for both real and model cars (especially drag racing cars). There are SO many cars that I would love to own in the real world and I realize that I will most likely never get to own even 3% of them, so I LOVE to build them in scale instead (and pretend they're real...sometimes even making engine sounds and the like when I have them completed, or mocked up! LOL).
Modeling is REALLY fun for me, as I can build my "dream cars" pretty much any way I would like them to be if they were 1:1. I'd like to give a BIG thumbs up and thanks to all of the helpful people here on this awesome forum, and to the people and companies who provide the cool "hot rod" parts (found in both kits and the aftermarket), to make my enjoyment of the hobby possible.
33 years old
April 28, 1981
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