About me and my passion for cars
My passion rarley included cars left stock. My passion is for cars that have been modified to show the owners personality. The more custom the better! Any change to a car also changes the owner from just a driver to a proud enthusiast. Even if I don't care for the modification, I understand that tastes differ and I applaud the owner for standing up and taking a stand against blending in! So whether it's a custom paint job, custom stereo, engine work, suspension, wheels, all of the above, or just a pair of fuzzy dice and a couple of window stickers, I say enjoy your car and enjoy your individuality!!
My first car
1989 Chevy Suburban 1/2 ton 4x4 w/ TBI 350 & Vanworks Conversion
Car I wish I still had
That old Suburban
My dream car
The new Corvette ZR1 for track racing,
An old 50's Merc or Cadillac for cruising
- Type of racing: Road Racing, Drag Racing
- Driver: Myself
- Driving song: 'Fuel' by Metallica
- Car movie: American Graffiti
- Car magazine: Car & Driver
- Car game: Need For Speed or Full Auto
About me and my passion for bikes
My passion is for real motorcycles only! If you own a scooter, moped or minibike and ride it proudly around town you need guidance or help. Those are toys that should be left to children (pit crews and anyone who use them periodically for working purposes are excluded). Motorcycles typically have at least twice the power to weight ratio than the average car. You haven't experienced life until you've felt that rush of acceleration or been triple digit speeds with the wind rushing all around you, or leaned into corners so far it felt like the ground was creeping up towards your knees. Anyone with a motorcycle is a friend, from the kid with a little 250 Kawisaki to the big Harley's. There's an amount of respect associated between most 'bikers' that makes the ride more enjoyable. And even if the some of the Harley guys won't wave to you 'cause you're not riding a Harley, don't be ashamed, 'cause I'll wave to you, and so will most every other motorcyclist.
My first bike
I learned to ride on my dad's 1996 Yamaha Virago, but my first bike was a 2001 Yamaha yzf600r
Bike I still wish I had
I've sold them for a reason and kept this one for a reason! I love my current bike!!
My dream bike
The air ride, no kick stand, harley evolution powered custom by Matt Hotch that won one of the biker build-off''s.
About me and my passion for boats
I don't know if I'd call it a passion for boats. or just a passion for water. That said, the lake just isn't as fun without a boat! I love hanging out in the sun, on the water, with friends and a beer. Even though my first boat is kind of a fixer upper, I still love it, or maybe just the idea of the fun it'll bring. Some say the two greatest days of a boat owners life is the day they buy it and the day they sell it, but for me the greatest days are the ones spent on it. Now that I own one, I'm not sure that I'll spend another summer without one.
My first boat
1991 Brendella Shortline Comp.
Boat I wish I still had
This is my first.
My dream boat
Any new Mastercraft, Calabria, or Mobius
- Boating destination: Glendo, WY is always a great party for July 4th
- Boating activity: Wakeboarding, and Drinking(always in moderartion)
— Profile last updated: May 23, 2011