Aaron Kaufman Starting New Adventures And Ripping Up Old Projects!
At the point when the news turned out just before Christmas that “Fast N’ Loud” technician Aaron Kaufman would be saying goodbye to his co-star Richard Rawlings, it was a stun to a few fanatics of Discovery’s auto rebuilding arrangement. All things considered, the Dallas-based unscripted television demonstrate has been a gigantic accomplishment since its introduction in 2012 and helped transform their Gas Monkey Garage into a globally known brand and business domain.
He has a new company he has started, Arclight fabrication that specializes in fabricating parts for restoring Ford F-100 trucks and he’s flirting with the idea of returning to TV without Rawlings.
To blow off some steam Aaron takes his BMW created to tackle Farmtruck and AZN in the Mega Race out for a little spin!
Aaron – ” Worst thing you can do to a car is to let it sit! So after some breakfast on Sunday, I rolled over to the warehouse to fire up the #BMWhatthef$!k and cycle the fluids”.
Worst thing you can do to a car is to let it sit! So after some breakfast on Sunday I rolled over to the warehouse to fire up the #BMWhatthef$!k and cycle the fluids. It dawned on me ….. It’s time to launch the website! SOOOOOOO I’m happy to announce the web site is up www.arclightfab.com shirts and hats available now new swag soon and working hard to get the truck parts up there too. Thank you so much everyone. #ArcLight #ArcLightfab #f100 #v8bmw #funhundredrun #fun #balieghindustrial #nitto #magnaflow #holleyperformance BEST WAY TO GET TO THE WEB SITE…… Click the link in my bio.