First introduced to the antique car hobby at age 6 by his dad and has been involved ever since. He is a 1989 graduate of Rogers High School, Wyoming MI. Steve has been involved in several national and local car clubs having been on the Board of Directors for many of them. Some favorite restoration projects are a 1932 Dreyer Sprint Car dubbed “The Prison Car” that has won an Amelia Award at the Amelia Island Concourse an AACA Senior Grand National and past Presidents Cup. A Model A that won MARC of Excellence Award in the Model A Restorers Club, and prepared a car that won MARC of Originality in the Model A Restorers Club. He has achieved Senior Judge status in the Model A Restorers Club and has also set a Land Speed Record in 2012 in a car designed and built at Steve’s Antique Auto Repair. He is a member of the Wyoming Business Leaders and is involved many community events.
Rick is a 1960 graduate of Fair Lawn High School Fair Lawn, NJ. and a 1964 graduate of Newark College of Engineering Newark, NJ *now New Jersey Institute of Technology. Commissioned into the U.S. Air Force in 1964 and spent 5 years in the Air Force as a Aircraft Maintenance Officer. He then spent a career in industry as a Plant Engineer retiring in 1993. Again he has been involved in several local and national car clubs and was on Board of Directors for many of them including National President of the Model A Restorers Club. He has achieved Senior Judge status in the Model A Restorers Club. He is involved with the American Legion and is also involved in community events, including starting the City of Wyoming Police and Firefighter Appreciation Day.