Alex Hindin, AKA Hindin, has been in the auto industry in several capacities. He was a professional paint correction specialist with an auto detailling business for three years, and before that he did sales construction, which gave him a knowledge of building and tools. He’s been into Japanese cars his whole life and has a Yamaha motorcycle that he enjoys riding both to work and as a means to adventuring. On a day off work you can find him in the mountains.
Wheelies on the highway.
“Pain is weakness leaving the body.” -Chesty Puller