Fun Facts:
Maximilian Joseph Fish (Max Fish)


Banning, CA

Marital Status:
Married With One Kid

First Mini:
'92 Bronco Ii Clipped With Toyota Suspension, Built Full Chassis, 5.0 Mustang Motor, Chopped 2 Inches And Body Dropped To Rocker, Evened Rear Windows Out Level With Front Doors, Done In '99

First 'Bagged Vehicle:
Joe's Accord In '95

First 'Bagged Truck:
'92 Nissan Hardbody In '97

First Body Drop:
'92 Nissan Hardbody In '97

First Stock Floor:
'92 Toyota In 1998

First Chop Top:
'92 Toyota In 1998

First Air-Tank Frame:
'91 Full-Size Chevy In '98

First Suicide Doors:
'96 Blazer In '98

Number Of Vehicles Owned:

How Long In Business:
Opened In '97, Began As Mechanic, Dad Was A Mechanic And Max Did His First Oil Change When He Was 8 Yrs Old. Evolved Into A Love Of Customs And Began Fabricating And Welding Fresh Out Of High School At Age Of 18 With Business Partner Joe Mccluskey (Who Parted Ways In 2000)

First Cover Truck:
Lane Hofarth '89 Mazda 2600i In '01

Max Has Employed 8 People Over The Years But Has Found That His Perfectionism Keeps Him Performing Most Of The Fabrication. He Has Only One Employee That Has Proven Himself Over The Years, Steve Wilk. Steve Has Been With Max For Almost Four Years And They Continue To Work Together Flawlessly.

Current shop projects:
'Bagged and body dropped 4-door Blazer, full frame build Toyota Tacoma, '66 Chevelle with full 4130 chromoly chassis, supercharged LS-6, independent hand-built rear suspension, Jerry Horton's (guitarist from Papa Roach) '51 Merc chopped, shaved, and 'bagged, layed out on 20s

Max's Personal projects:
'56 Buick, '64 Lincoln, '61 Caddy, '50 Fleetwood, Custom Motorcycles, and custom mountain bikes (Scandal Bikes)