Tim Reichenbach's love of cars began in 1968 at his grandfather's workbench, where he would spend hours taking apart and putting back together carburetors at the young age of four. Tim grew up in the automotive world yet landed his first job as a handyman in San Juan Capistrano. The first car he ever owned was a '57 Chevy truck that he eventually traded in for a 65 White El Camino. When Tim isn't in the shop, he loves to go overland camping in his 2003 Ram 2500 or "the Truck." Overland camping includes a truck outfitted with rugged desert camping gear, and one can often find him and his son out on adventures in nature.
Mark grew up in Germany, moving stateside this past year to join the team at Foothill Auto Service. From the age of 16, he studied as an automotive technician at a premier repair facility in Germany throughout his schooling. Since Volkswagens are easy to come by, Mark picked up a series of stock Golfs over the years as his daily drivers because parts are so readily available and affordable; back in Germany, he could work on them himself.
Mark fits right in at Foothill as a family man who agrees that stock cars are the best cars. When he is not at work, Mark spends every spare moment with his young family, including Ella, his sweet baby girl.
Bill started out his automotive career by working at a gas station in Cupertino, performing routine services such as oil and lube back in high school. In the ’80s, Bill got into drag racing, starting with a 70 Dodge Challenger, moving into a Dodge Dart and a Nova. Eventually, he took a job working with a crew, traveling the states, driving the big rig to events, racing, ordering parts, wrenching, booking hotels, the works! Bill’s brother worked with the Coast Guard, and Bill was lucky enough to have access to full repair bays, so he and his brother took his first car, a 57 Chevy truck, and rebuilt the engine to get it on the road.