Like so many other car guys, it all starts with that certain gene. If you are a car guy (male or female), you know about that gene. For me, it may have been the Healey 3000 my dad brought home in 1984. By the time I was 15, I had my first car; a Triumph TR4a IRS, after having served as the youngest Austin Healey National Concourse Judge a year prior. That same year (age 14) was a good year for me as I also had the opportunity to take a drive with Carroll Shelby in a 427 Cobra.
By the late 1980's, I was also doing the maintenance and pre-race prep work on my dad's 1959 Bugeye and ASP 1300S race cars, traveling to most of the race tracks across the Midwest.
By 1996, I had acquired my first Porsche, a 1973 911T, but lost it to a fire that burned it to the ground.
Automotive related employment began with summer jobs working in a shop that restored Porsche 356 and 911's and vintage Ferrari's; working for a company that produced replacement floorboards for 356's and then selling them to Tweeks and a company that supplied used British car parts.
Today, I am still the same passionate car guy I've always been. Any guesses where that TR4a IRS is today? Correct. I still own my first car. I still work on my own cars and on my dad's vintage cars. And with some hard work and a little luck building this company, I may someday have some time to finish two of my cherished projects; a 1980 Porsche 930 and a 1972 DeTomaso Pantera.
For my customers, all this means that your are dealing with a business owner that is as passionate about the automobile as I would guess you are. It means caring about what my company does for our customers, and that we meet or exceed our customers high expectations with every order we ship. The performance and success of Warehouse 33 is built one satisfied customer at a time.
I look forward to serving your automotive needs now and for many more years to come.