Ever since I was a kid, I’ve gone to car shows like The Woodward Dream Cruise and St Ignace to marvel at the sheer passion and dedication to craftsmanship prevalent in the classic car restoration industry.
These vehicles aren’t just expensive antiques. Far from it. People of all stripes participate to revel in the 20th century’s greatest invention, meticulously studying and improving their vehicles to suit their taste, whether that means staying faithful to the original design or making a never-before-seen hot rod built to turn everyone’s eye.
So when I got a call from Mike Eaton asking me to help his spring manufacturing business, not only was I dorking out about working in an industry that thrives on passion, I already figured out the way I wanted to do it.
To Be Continued, Very Very Soon