14 years after BCC began in our home garage we're still going strong, every year with bigger and better builds that really show the depth of the talent at BCC. Yes, we have all the tools and equipment you'd expect to find at a full restoration facility or even a production bodyshop, but ultimately more important than that is OUR TEAM
Sean joined the team at Boyd's Customs in August 2017. originally from Freedom, NH, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force right out of high school and made the service his first career. While stationed in Virginia, Sean met the love of his life, his wife Kate. In 2010, after proudly serving for 20 years, Sean retired and moved his family back to NH and now lives in Alton Bay, NH.
After several years working as a civilian in Production Management, Sean changed career paths and put his passion for working on old cars to use at Boyd's. He has always enjoyed working on anything mechanical, but especially old cars. This he pays in tribute to his father for teaching him the mechanical trades at a very young age. Sean enjoys working on the mechanical and electrical systems on a variety of different vehicles we see in the shop everyday.
Sean and his wife have two children, Caitlin and Evan. When Sean isn't at work he enjoys spending time at home with his family, going to High School sporting events, hunting, and working on cars in his garage. Sean's current projects are his 1968 Dodge Dart GTS and his sons Subaru Impreza WRX. Most challenging project to date- 1971 Dodge Demon/Hellcat engine conversion.
Ken began his automotive career as a lot attendant for a local car dealership in the early 90's. Later he spent 20 years with a company that specialized in BMW parts providing customers with tech support and later helping manage their online store. After several home restoration projects he made a career change to work professionally in auto restoration. A couple years later he joined the team at BCC and hasn't looked back. He has always been hands-on and purchased his first project car at 15. For Ken every car is a project car and has to be personalized or modified in some manner. His current personal restoration project is an 86 Mustang coupe. When he's not working on cars he enjoys spending time with his daughter, playing with his dog, hiking, kayaking, remodeling his 1930 home, and taking lots of long motorcycle rides in the white mountains.
My name is Isley, I grew up in Palmer Alaska, where I learned to work in the family business. My parents had a food truck, and would visit all the different fairs and festivals. ( I was a carney kid). I then got a job at a body shop as the front desk person, later learning painting and bodywork. Since I love to drive and have been since I can remember, it made sense to get a job working on cars. I like seeing the small details get the vehicle to perfection. It is also very rewarding to take old things and make them new.
My favorite project to date has to be the 1956 Thunderbird.
I n addition to working on cars, I have earned my Wilderness First Responder Certification. I enjoy skiing, biking, painting, most anything outdoors.
Fred is a retired USAF/DOD veteran. With experience in automotive, marine and aircraft maintenance. He is a machinist and has successfully completed aircraft rivet program. He was born in Honolulu Hawaii and was introduced to classis cars and maintenance by his father, who loves classic cars. Fred's favorite project is his 1973 RS Z28. He enjoys the end result of a build and the first start of a fresh engine.
Outside of work, he enjoys building RC (remote controlled) boats and planes, and flying RC planes. He is an A and B rated RC pilot. Surfing and working on boats are also his interests.
He is looking forward to new projects at BCC, and working with the team here. He is hopeful that one day Mike will take on some antique boats.