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Rob-Ida

Rob Ida owns Rob Ida Concepts in Morganville New Jersey. His family history and involvement around cars goes back to his grandfather Joe Ida who opened a Tucker dealership in Brooklyn New York. His father Bob was a hot rod and racecar builder. Today, Rob and his talented team can build you the car of your dreams and he is a national award winning custom car designer and builder. They provide full design and creation of one-of-a-kind vehicles, modified automobiles, and customs. They specialize in American cars from the 30s to the 70s and their current Tucker Torpedo project, a car that has never been built but was presented to Preston Tucker when he built his first car.

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SUCCESS QUOTE

“Try hard, go to the next step, and reach for what’s almost out of reach.”

CAREER CHALLENGE

Building a re-creation of a Tucker automobile was met with some negative feedback from the Tucker enthusiasts. Learn how Rob overcame these objections.

AH-HA MOMENT

Finding people that believe in what he and his company are doing.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

A 1965 Pontiac Le Mans

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Don’t rush through anything because none of this happens fast.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE

Social media such as Facebook and Instagram.

FAVORITE BOOK 

Indomitable Tin Goose: A Biography of Preston Tucker  – Charles T. Pearson

PARTING ADVICE 

If you can dream it you can make it and learn how to create it on your own.

HOW TO FIND ROB

Rob Ida Concepts – www.robidaconcepts.com

Facebook – www.facebook.com/pages/IDA-Automotive

Instagram –www.instagram.com/rob_ida

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