Gaspare Fasulo

Master Restoration & Service Technician gas@gaswerksgarage.com

Favorite vehicle: 1968 Porsche 911R

My love of engineering and mechanics was inspired by watching my engineer based father and uncles. As I absorbed and learned from many different experiences growing up, I was able to turn these interests into accomplishments into a career I truly enjoy. This same love I had as a small child fuels my passion for cars that remains instilled in me today. With 30 plus years learning the automotive craft and 25 years of experience as a professional Porsche technician, I am able to offer expertise to those who could benefit. I have enjoyed working with all types of people, and cars, and their unique stories led me to establish a specialization on air-cooled Porsches. Throughout my years in this trade, I have been fortunate and able to create multiple connections all over the country.

Hooman Mozaffari

Service Manager hooman@gaswerksgarage.com

Favorite vehicle: 5000QV Countach

As with most people reading this, I eat, breath and sleep cars. My father was an American Muscle driver, my 3 Uncles were Porsche owners. I found myself open to all makes and I have a love affair with each at different points in my life. Mustangs, BMW M, Lancer Evolution, Porsche, AMG, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Maserati have all passed through my garage or are still in there, somewhere! There may be a few Ducatis in the back as well. Having restored a ’74 911 2.7 Sportomatic with my brother led to the most interesting bonding situation. Ultimately, we are all involved with Gaswerks because cars pump through our blood. I look forward to handling your rides as they come through our Team’s experienced hands.

Eddie Jones

Sales Manager eddie@gaswerksgarage.com

Favorite vehicle: Lamborghini Countach

I fell in love with cars when I was a young boy. I had a calendar on my bedroom wall with photos of a different sport car each month. When I got the month with the Lamborghini Countach photo I never changed that page of the calendar for years until I got a new calendar one year with pictures of all Lambos on it. I began my career in the auto industry in 2008 at Prestige BMW. That was over 10 years ago and I have been a part of the Prestige family ever since. I have been a sales and finance manager at Prestige with the BMW, Mercedes, McLaren, Lamborghini and Gaswerks Garage brands. I enjoy the interaction of dealing with people and cars. I also enjoy how the “love of cars” can connect people in all walks of life. These are the things that keep me glued to the car community.

Fred Helder

Restoration & Service Technician

My first encounter in the automotive field came in 1999 where I began my first job at Maple Auto repairs in Fair Lawn NJ. I would work after school every day to buy the car of my dreams. On my 18th birthday I purchased a 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco 16v. and have been in love with German cars ever since. After high school graduation, I attended Bergen Community College where I majored in mechanical engineering. Following that I attended Lincoln Technical Institute in Mahwah, NJ to turn my passion for cars into a career. In 2005, I was hired as a technician at Prestige BMW in Ramsey, NJ where I became a factory trained BMW master technician and where the BMW E30 M3 caught my eye for the first time. After working at BMW for 10 years, I became the shop foreman at Prestige MINI and later became the Service Manager. One year ago, I began working at Gaswerks Garage and have not looked back ever since. Classic BMW's and air-cooled Porsches are not only what i am passionate about, they are a way of life.

Matthew Provenzano

Restoration & Service Technician

I’ve been with Gaswerks Garage for 2 years. Since I was young, I’ve been intrigued by classic cars. I went to a technical high school to learn as much as I could about automotive and got my first job for a drag racing team. When I finally saved up enough money to get my first car, I knew it had to be a classic so I got a 1967 Camaro. I took the car everywhere and began to start the restoration. At a show I saw a 356 Speedster. My jaw dropped, the car was stunning. My senior year of high school I went for a job interview at Gaswerks Garage and have been there ever since. I now have my dream job learning everything I can about these timeless cars.

Bojan Milosevski

Restoration & Service Technician

Favorite vehicle: 81 Volkswagen Golf

When I was young around 4 or 5 years old, I would spend most of my time at my Grandfather’s house in Macedonia, being that I am from there and all. My Uncle loved Volkswagen Beetles and my Grand Dad’s Mercedes-Benz, but my uncle also had a passion for old motorcycles, especially the BMW R51 from 1951. He bought about ten extra bikes to build one and the entire backyard was filled with bikes, a VW’s mid-restoration and of course my Grand Dad’s Benz which was a W123 that had replaced the W108 that was there previously. Needless to say, I think if that had been anyone’s playground, they would have the same form of affinity to engineering. After that we moved to the United States and since we were just starting out, money was tight so I would help my father flip old cars to make a little extra for the family. Then it was time for me to get my own car and it all just blew up from there. The love of German engineering stayed in my veins and I never stopped. I turned a hobby into a career. Here I am today building and restoring cars - one of the most amazing feats at engineering in human history and loving every second of it, with some of the most talented men in the field that I have ever met.

Alan Reichenthal

Sales Consultant alan@gaswerksgarage.com

Favorite vehicle: Porsche 993 Turbo S

I’ve had a love for all things automotive from a very young age. My father was a car enthusiast and had fostered my passion with some great cars while I was growing up, including a 1967 Mustang. We would go to Lime Rock Park in Connecticut for the historic races every year and sit on the hill in front of “Big Bend”, where I got to watch the likes of Paul Newman, Peter Gregg, Sam Posey and John Fitch. Since entering driving age, I have always tried to have something interesting. Starting with a 1988 Honda Civic Si, with many Audis afterwards. I enjoy Lamborghini, Porsche, Audi and anything exotic. I’ve been with Gaswerks Garage since the beginning and look forward to assisting in the purchase of one of our classics or taking on a full project car. Being around these cars is a dream job for me and I wake up excited to go to work every single day!

Arielle Vigilante

Sales Consultant arielle@gaswerksgarage.com

Favorite vehicle: 1972 Porsche 914-6 GT

I’ve always had a passion for vintage cars and the culture that goes along with it. I personally own a 1965 Chevrolet C10 and love assisting my clients with the super rare, one-of-a-kind cars that Gaswerks has to offer. Some of my favorite cars that I’ve helped my clients get into include a 1972 Porsche 914-6 GT Amelia Island 1st place winner and a 1965 40th Anniversary All-Aluminum Shelby Cobra. I pride myself on creating a seamless, exciting experience just as Gaswerks prides themselves on restoring beautiful, turn-key classics. I look forward to helping you and making your delivery day unforgettable!

Keeno Parker

Sales Consultant kparker@lamborghiniofparamus.com

Favorite vehicle: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

I’ve always had a passion for cars, more specifically, the American muscle cars of the 1960s and 70s. My absolute favorite is the 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS with the LS5 454 big block motor. As a kid, I was and still am fascinated by mechanical engines and those beautiful sounds they produce. I remember at eight years old I would make my own muscle cars using empty bleach bottles, juice cartons, and clay for the car body and bottle caps as wheels. Then came the Lamborghini Diablo in 1990 with its naturally aspirated V12 engine, I was instantly smitten! Though not as radical in design as its older brother the Countach, the Diablo had more than enough to dazzle car enthusiasts and create colt followers worldwide.