I have to give credit to my dad, and the way that he brought me up. It was instilled at a young age that you give a hundred percent, or you’re not doing your best. I’ve pushed myself to be the best that I could, Because that is the legacy that he left behind. I’ve been working on cars my whole life. I started at a very young age – I was probably about 5. Sometimes we would prime. Sometimes we would sand and buff. Growing up around cars has an effect on how I work today. My kids are very proud of me. I have to be the best that I can whether I’m at work or home, Because I know I have two little boys following in my footsteps. I’ve been trained to notice things that most human eyes don’t see. We run our fingertips down the edges of the vehicle. We’re looking for any deformity in the paint. I take so much pride in what I do. I treat every car I work on like it’s my own. Every car is important to me, so I feel like that is me. That is my stamp.