I started out young about 11 years of age. I started with an 88 Nissan Sentra. I always had cars that needed to be fixed. I was first a Jeep fan then a Chevy fan. But, now, I'm definately a Mopar fan. Most of my friends have always been car buffs. Not only did we dream of having the ultimate car, but, building the ultimate car was even a funner dream.
Now I just started my own business. Southern California Composites LLC. Building the ultimate car is not just my dream anymore, it is your's as well. That's why my company centers on the individual needs of my customers. We build custom composite parts for your vehicle that won't eat-up your wallet. We work with your budget and also disclose the materials used to build your part. You will find that at So. Cal. Composites, we make custom products that will beat the test of time. Our products take structural loads and won't discolor compared to other products. The molds are typically a one time use. I guarantee my products will meet your custom needs.
My first car was my 1983 Jeep, which I still have, in pieces of course. I went through so much trouble with that car. It is one of the funnest cars I have driven. It has the 3 inch lift and the big fat super swamper tires.
My 1979 280zx was also a fun car. I loved it when it would rain because of all the fish tailing I would do.
My dream car is a 1968-70 Plymouth RoadRunner. I fell in love of this car when I saw it at a gas station all primered-up. It cought my attention when the guy started-it up. Loud-as-hell I remember it was. From then, I became a Mopar fan.
— Profile last updated: Aug 30, 2008