I was born in 1975. I fell in love with my profession at the age of seven while standing beside my father
watching him work in his workshop. Often happened that I tried to renew the discarded items after worktime,
thereby acquiring a classic and authentic hand-focused work style. Time limit never influenced my work. I
have always tried to be accurate and precisely finish what I've started.
I've studied at Csonka János Secondary Technical and Vocational School, majoring car bodywork.
Due to my previous experiences I could spend the second and third of my school year in the artisan body
repair shop that had a contract with the school. As I've learnt at home I have tried to estimate the fact
that I could gain my work experiences at the craft workshop. I was fortunate to get in to a very good workshop,
where they appreciated my professional attitude, and helped my development. Since 1992, after my studies were over,
the next decade I spent in my father's workshop. After that, I wanted to become independent, so I visited a number of
workshops in order to get to know not only the technical parts, but the other shop management tasks as well. By 2010,
I got to the level where with a childhood friend we shared a workshop together. He led the automotive division and
I directed the bodywork department. At this time, thanks to the knowledge gained during two decades of friendship it
was not a problem to restore the heavily corroded, or broken cars to their original state.That was the time when
I started to deal with vintage and veteran vehicles' refurbishment. With this the routine and experience
I've gained till then got a real meaning. Already in the early days, I've repaired strongly corroded, damaged vehicles,
and I was impressed by the old cars, by their construction, design and technical solutions. I managed to refine my sheet metal
working technology and I really enjoy to form complex curved convex shapes from a flat piece of metal. It happened several
times that a when a body element was missing from a car and there was no documentation or photos to be found,
I made it symmetrically taken the existing template from the opposite side so recovering the irreplaceable.
By the year of 2011I finally got to the point that I became independent in my - not huge but fully equipped - workshop.
My present company was registered in March 2011. Here I work independently with an individual timing of my own.
Most of the time I like to work alone, because so I can concentrate on the job better, I can see through the entire process,
that is how I can avoid mistakes. During my work I document the work process in details, with notes and photographs.
This is how I justify the professionalism and the high level of quality to my client and so the client gets a reliable and
accurate work, guaranteed quality and a guarantee to get the work done.