Meet our experienced team below!
Jon joined St. Louis Car Museum in March of 2006 and remains as passionate about his sales role here as the day he first started! As a lifelong admirer of all things automobile, he was lucky to receive an opportunity to begin his professional start in the classic car industry in May 2004. With the great variety of automobile manufacturers that grace our showroom, he strives to build on his knowledge on a daily basis. Moreover, researching past ownership history of our vehicles is a task Jon is always eager to investigate. With special attention to details such as this, you can also count on him to provide proper vehicle assessments & detailed descriptions; along with consistent client communication, follow-up, and follow-through during your investment with us! He will make the entire purchase process as enjoyable and comforting as it really should be! Call him today!
Andrew has been a member of the STLCM sales team since August of '15. He handles all of the photography and videography, while also helping manage the website and controlling our social media outlets. Born in and raised in St. Louis, Andrew grew up a die-hard sports fan in St. Louis. He loves his Blues, Cardinals, Tigers, and Rams (until they left). Andrew found his love for cars at a young age when he learned that his parents owned two classic muscle cars. His mother, Judie, owned a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro and his father, Keith, owned a 1976 Chevrolet Corvette. Even his late grandfather, Jim, owned a 1966 Ford Mustang. He doesn't only admire the classic American muscle cars though, his appreciation for car design extends into the antique, classic, hotrod, and exotic styles of car artistry. Andrew strives to learn new things everyday about the cars here at STLCM, and intends on making sure that everyone gets to see their stories through his pictures.
Sierra joined the team in May 2014. She comes from the small town of Millstadt, IL. She graduated with a degree in Arts. Art has always been her passion and she hopes to pursue it in the future. Sierra's grandfather used to take her to car shows all the time as a child, so she was very excited to join us. Sierra is our receptionist, and looks forward to seeing and hearing from all of you!
A native of right here in Overland, Debbie used to bowl in our showroom when it was still Bowl-O-Rama. She has been with the St. Louis Car Museum since day one and can be credited with helping to manage the financial aspects of the business. She has also worked closely with parent company Scott Properties for nearly 40 years.
Jean started working at the car museum in April of 2012. She previously worked for the parent company, Scott Properties, for about ten years. Later transferring to the museum to work part-time. On the way to her office in the accounting department, Jean enjoys seeing some of the earlier classics we have here at the museum. Particularly 1940's cars and earlier. During her free time she likes crocheting, fishing, and reading.
Jason has been involved with the mechanical restoration and repair of hundreds of different types of cars across his career. For most of the past 13-years, however, he has specialized in the Hummer™ brand. Being a brilliant mechanic he is, Jason not only does wonders for every Hummer client, he also helps out with the classic cars when his expertise is needed for some of the more complicated issues we may come across.
Danny has been the trimmer/upholsterer at the St. Louis Car Museum since January 2011. His start in automobiles began when he was 12 at his best friend's brother's shop, doing upholstery work in exchange for candy. Today, he has over 35 years of experience, including 10+ at McDonnell Douglas as a top secret clearance machinist. He lives in St. Charles and is our go-to guy for convertible tops, interiors and other specialty requests.
Mike has always been mechanically inclined. Starting at a young age, he was always taking apart his parents stuff, fixing bikes, and helping his Dad work on family cars. He graduated from West County Technical School with an Aircraft Maintenance Certificate, but decided to also get an Automotive Technical Degree from Ranken Technical College instead of pursuing his airframe and power plant license. Mike started doing general service repair work in 1999. He's worked his way up from doing basic repairs and alignments, to solving complicated electrical and mechanical issues on classic and high end European cars. Muscle cars and old truck have always been a passion of his and in October of 2017 we met with Mike an offered him an opportunity to work with those types of vehicles on a regular basis. Fortunately for us, he accepted and has been a crucial part of our team since. He loves the challenges he faces daily, learning new things every day from the cars he works on. Some of his hobbies include, being with family and friends, deer and turkey hunting, gardening, and home brewing.
Ryan joined the St. Louis Car Museum & Sales team in November of 2016. He stepped into the automotive world back in 2008 working at some of the top dealerships in the area, like Lou Fusz and Bommarito. Through those companies he learned how to become an expert detailer. He has definitely brought those skills over to STLCM and we have been more than pleased with the work he produces. From basic car detailing to intricate engine paint work, he can handle some the more difficult tasks when it comes to the car's final presentation. In his spare time, Ryan likes to play billiards, listen to music, and of course, talk about classic cars.
James joined the service team here at the St. Louis Car Museum in March of 2017. He has an extensive background in auto collision repair and refinishing, totaling over 14 years. James enjoys working on classic cars as he owned several when he was just a teenager. Putting his hard work and pride into every car he touches, his passion for these vehicles truly shines when the cars roll onto the showroom floor. Some of his hobbies include, running, sports, music/media creation, and martial arts.