Andy restored his first car in 1993, a 1971 Chevy Nova. Later, in 2011, he began teaching himself auto body and paint work. Three years later, he got a job in auto body restoration. In 2016, he joined the Page Customs family. Of course, he’s got his own family at home too. He’s been married 27 years with two grown children. On the side, Andy likes woodworking, cycling, camping, studying military history, listening to music, and, of course, tinkering with his two Novas and collection of Jeeps.
Sammy’s father was an auto technician. His grandfather was an auto technician. So at a young age, Sammy picked up a wrench and got to work on auto repairs himself. He worked in small shops, dealerships and high production shops before finding his passion in custom auto work and joining Page Customs in 2006. With his time off, you can find Sammy riding his motorcycle, hunting and fishing.
Joe’s love for cars developed as a teen and led him straight to auto mechanic trade school. After trade school, he took a job at a local Chevrolet dealership before finding his way to Page Customs in 2014. Anytime, he’s not inside the shop, Joe loves be outdoors.
Barry started working on cars and racecars when he was just 10 years old. And it’s been a love affair ever since. He’s a Honda and Toyota trained Master Tech and a master fabricator and welder. He’s been working with Page Customs for a combined 10 years now. Outside of work, Barry’s raced, crewed, built and fabricated drag racing cars. He’s even the current driver of a Top E.T. dragster.
Matt use to come to Page Customs for work on his car. He loved it so much, he went ahead and got a job here in November of 2016. As manager, he handles the customer relations, purchasing, invoicing, collections, scheduling… the stuff outside the garage. He’s got 35 years of experience in business management and, combined with his love of cars and car shows, Page Customs was the perfect fit.