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HI everyone, Bob here. I’ve been in the tire and service business since 1988. I have had an attraction to
anything with wheels since I was 5 yrs old. I recall my first car was a 1966 Chevrolet Impala. Bought the car
before I had a license at 15yrs old. I bought recap snows from Foshays Sandwich shop. H78-15. $10.00 each! When I
am not at the store you’ll find me driving my convertible, at car shows, family events, stock car racing
and watching NASCAR, and of course keeping an eye on the Red Sox and Bruins. I am If I could pick any car it
would be a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible black with black interior.350 cid built to the hilt, 4 speed.
"See you on the phone"
We’ll it’s been a full career in the auto/tire industry, since 1970 at that. Will be celebrating my
50th year soon! Family inheritance – not! My first car – a 1972 Camaro. My dream car – tie
between a 1967 Stingray Convertible or a 911 Porsche Carrera with whale tale. Boston sports fan through and
through – whatever the season: Pats, Celts, Sox, Bruins. If I am not here, I enjoy working out, sports, and
boogie. My favorite saying – “Where are the keys? Or Plutz!!”
I've professionally been in the industry since June of 2013. I've always had an interest in cars. My Dad
and I have been attending car shows since before I could walk, so naturally a hobby and interest was created,
when I was offered a position by Don Foshay, I couldn't help but turn a hobby into a career! Outside of work,
I’m playing sports, (Casco Bay Sports Softball league) being outside, camping, boating, kayaking - and
naturally, turning a wrench on one of my MANY projects. Teams I follow- the New York Yankees, the Patriots, and
Brews On First. Cars notably, I'd love to own a factory Paxton Supercharged 1957 Ford Thunderbird. With only 194
ever being built, you can probably imagine how hard they are to come by. Even though they were only "rated" for
300 horsepower, they were ahead of their time and an absolute "old school cool" muscle car before the muscle car
era even began. My first car was a 1994 Volvo 850 Turbo that I boosted from 7 to 17 psi, the car was
an absolute sleeper, still miss it. I love to say: "Why put off to tomorrow what can be done today."
Getting into the tire industry/automotive has been a great opportunity. I started in 2017, and it’s going
well. My first car was a 99 Acura Legend, and the vehicle I’m working to get is an F150. I am an avid
Boston sports – Sox, Celtics, Pats,and Bruins – best sports city in the world! Sometimes you win,
lose,and sometimes it rains. I keep that in mind because I like to golf. I enjoy spending down time with my wife
and our dog, as well as attending equestrian events. I look forward to meeting you!
Hi all, Steve here. I’ve been working in the automotive business since back in 1988. Everyday is a good
day, just some are better than others!
My first car was a 1970 Austin America. I am looking for a ’55 Chevy Pickup. Hobby – I’d say
Hi all, I’m Alan. I’ve been in the business since 1987. Time flies! I started in the tire/divuto
business right out of high school at 18 yrs old. Tire/divuto retail is all I've ever done. This is my 3rd
employer in all this time. I first bought a 1989 Camaro, and there wasn’t a bolt on the car I didn’t
touch. I performed most of the services on the car myself including engine swaps, transmission and rear end
replacements. I spent lots of years on the drag strip with that car! If I had to say what my dream car would be,
it would be another 1969 Camaro! When it’s not cars, I am into bass fishing and bodybuilding. I feel very
fortunate to live in New England. We have the best sports teams in the country! From the Red Sox, Patriots and
Bruins to the Celtics and the Revolution. But baseball with the Red Sox will always be my favorite! Remember, the
day you stop being young is the day you get old."
Hi everyone. I got into automotive and repair work on my own vehicles when I was growing up, and now
professionally since 1996. It all started with a 1967 VW Bug. My favorite sports team, the New England Patriots!
I really enjoy being in the outdoors, camping, fishing, and snowmobiling. So remember…work hard, play
safe, and keep smiling.
Greetings. Seems like my life has been all about working with cars. My first was a 1982 VW Jetta Diesel 5 Speed
Wolfsburg Edition. If I could choose any car right now, it would be a 1985 Toyota Pickup, or a 1995 Toyota Supra.
When I am not in, around, or under a car, I enjoy fishing. My favorite sports team – the New York Yankees!
My favorite saying: Always Forward.
As early as 6 years old I can remember my dad taking me to car shows, stock car races, and working on cars in
the driveway. My first car was a 1991 Ford Taurus. My favorite – a ’96 GM Pickup. Otherwise,if I am
not working on and fixing my truck, I enjoy ATVing, camping, boating, and fixing my friend’s cars. I follow
the Boston Bruins and Red Sox, and in football both the Patriots and Broncos. Carpe Diem!
Hi, I’m Chris, I’ve been In the automotive field since 1985. My first car was a 1970 Plymouth Sport Satellite.
In my spare time, I enjoy pinball, in fact I am in the NEPL (New England Pinball League) I also enjoy disc golf
and bass fishing. My dream car (Do I have to pick just one?!?) for an older model the 1969 Hemi Charger Daytona,
and for a new one,the Hellcat Challenger. My favorite sports team - the Pats! Favorite saying: Don't sweat the
I’ve been in the automotive field since 2008. I grew up with automotive, but after high , I went to school
for Medical. I realized how much I missed the auto world - guess I’d rather work on cars then people! I
first drove a 1999 GMC Jimmy, and I dream about a 1984 Chevy Cameo ZR28. Avid New England Patriots fan! I do
enjoy gardening and being outdoors. Hakuna Matata!
My beginnings in automotive began back in 1993. I always had an interest, and starting taking automotive in high
school, and it all developed into a career. At 15, I rebuilt a 1971 Chevelle with my father. Now my favorite car
will surprise you – it’s a brand new pontoon boat! I am into camping, snowmobiling, fishing and metal
detecting. I’m a Buffalo Bills fan, and Red Sox fan. Remember – “Work to live,not live to
What’s happenin’? Back in 1995, I started taking vocational training in high school, and then went
to college for automotive, before taking a mechanic position at a car dealership. I began with a 1968 Oldsmobile
Delta 88, and I aspire to a brand new Corvette! I like all things outdoors, a variety of sports, fishing and
hunting. Boston sports teams – go Pats, Sox, Celtics, and Bruins!
Living the dream! I got into the automotive field in 2005, and it’s been great. I started driving in a
1988 Chevy Beretta GT, and now I love showing and drag racing my car. I have both of my dream cars – a 2005
BMW 325Ci Convertible and a 2017 Ford Focus ST3. When I am not in a car, I’m spending my time with the kids
and hubby. New England Patriots all the way, every day!
Hi, my name is Ryan. I’m a Libra Rooster,and I love walks on the beach at sunrise, not sun set…just
kidding. As a kid, I always liked to take things apart just to see if I could put it back together. This led to
being an engineer in the U.S. Army. Now, I’ve been in the automotive repair business since 2014. I started
with a Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS as my first car, and if I could drive anything it would be a 1981 Delorean DMC-12
of course! My favorite sports teams might fool you - Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, and the
Oakland Raiders! I love to shoot at the range, and playing games with my son. Words of wisdom: “Don’t
do it unless you have time to do it right the first time.”
South Portland, ME
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