David Kostenbader

As a kid growing up in Costa Mesa, CA, my dad would take me to the drag races out at OCIR and to Costa Mesa Speedway at the Orange County Fairgrounds, so I was hooked to cars and motorcycles. My family, from dad to uncles and grandpa, all had Harley Davidson motorcycles. My First car was a 1959 International pickup. I bought it for $200 and my second car was a 1966 Chevelle. These days I own a 1970 Chevelle that I bought from a friend at a Labor Day car cruise for $14,000 and it is my daily driver for now. I build model cars as a hobby to keep myself busy. To date, I think I have built 30 thus far. In the past, I have worked on supercars and have had the chance to be part of a winning national event in 1992 at Searpoint Raceway at the Autolite Nationals. Along with those same people we built prostock cars for over a year. That was a great time! I learned a lot about car set ups, even though we never made it to the show, we still had fun. My motto is, “If it don’t have tits or tires, I don’t watch it.” Last but certainly not least, I am a Committee member and the Historian for this great car club and I’m honored to say I’m a member of UNDEROATH!
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