New Performance Automotive owner, Steve Burton, opened his diesel shop more than 20 years ago as a way to further his passion for truck and tractor pulling. Burton moved his diesel shop in 2004 to its current location in Rural Retreat, VA into a 6,000-sq.-ft. facility where his team does general maintenance and repair work,
The world that shop owner Marlon Goldberg created at Workshop 5001 in Los Angeles is one of Porsche wet dreams. Workshop 5001’s Porsche builds are completed as bare tub restorations, including Mil-Spec wiring, full interiors, motorsport suspension, custom components, and of course, top-notch engine work. They excel at both vintage and modern Porsche work. Take
Join the folks of Livernois Motorsports & Engineering as they take you through their Dearborn Heights, MI-based engine and machine shop. This place does a ton of cool work and has the capability to build, machine, tune, dyno, and install your car/engine setups. See for yourself! *EB Takeovers occur on Instagram Live originally. That is
Join shop owner and president Tony Salloum as he shows you around VAC Motorsports located in Philadelphia, PA. This engine machine shop specializes in BMW performance, among many other things, and recently took over EB’s Instagram for a live video. Check it out!
Learn Instagram strategy with Engine Builder Editor, Greg Jones. Find out how your business can build an audience and adjust content based on trends and engagement.
“When we started, we had no business at all… that’s when I started using Instagram,” Yaghoubian says. “Back then I didn’t know a lot about social media, but it works for business really well, and especially the automotive industry on Instagram.”
The old saying goes, “A picture is worth 1,000 words.” Well, in the world of social media, that same picture is not just worth 1,000 words, but could also be worth thousands of dollars in new business for your engine shop. By now you’ve likely seen our features on setting up and utilizing Facebook for your business. Next on our ‘to-do list’ is an introduction to Instagram for those of you who haven’t started utilizing this social media platform.
Launched on September 14, 2016, Engine Builder’s Instagram handle is @enginebuildermag. To celebrate the occasion, we are putting on a Best Engine Photo contest. From now until Oct. 30, 2016, be sure to tag us in your Instagram engine photos and give us a follow to be entered to win a $25 gift card.