Meet Dave and the Team

Meet Dave & the team

Dave Kindig is, in a word, a Master. He’s the star of MotorTrend TV’s “Bitchin’ Rides”, and the founder and owner of Kindig-It Design in Salt Lake City. Auto fanatics from around the world come to Kindig-It for one-of-a-kind custom vehicle creations. Dave takes each client from start to finish through the design and fabrication stages, and the end results are rides unlike anything else on the road today. The amazing custom machines coming out of the Kindig-It shop make it easy to see why Dave’s got an extensive waiting list for his services: you don’t rush quality, and that’s what at the heart of every Kindig-It creation.

Since 1999, Kindig has set the industry standard by using state-of-the-art equipment and hiring only the best design and fabrication professionals. He’s one of the most recognized stars of both reality TV and the business world – and of course the world of custom vehicles:

 

  • “Bitchin’ Rides” is the most-viewed show on Motor Trend TV for 8 seasons running, and is broadcasted in more than 170 countries.
  • Dave Kindig was named Builder of the Year by the Grand National Roadster Show in 2020.
  • His shop was named Roadster Shop’s “Best on RS” in 2018.
  • He has received the Ford Design Award, Boise Idaho Master Builder Award, Good Guys Trend Setter Award in 2012, and more.
  • Dave Kindig and Kindig-It Design combine for almost 800,000 followers on Instagram and counting.
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Our Team

Greg Menan

Instructor

Greg brings over 25 years of experience in autobody fit and finishing to the Kindig Academy. He ran his own car restoration shop for more than 10 years specializing in panel fitment, paint and finishing, fiberglass work as well as being highly skilled in Mig and Tig welding.

Jordan Cahill

Instructor

Jordan has specialized in the areas of custom car building, suspension and chassis fabrication, mechanical assembly and electrical work in his more than 10 years in the industry. Before joining the Kindig Academy he spent over 5 years at a “chop shop” working on multiple Barrett-Jackson builds as well as updating vehicles from Monster Garage.