The Aeromotive Group and Roadster Shop have merged and will operate under the name Roadster Shop.
In its next chapter, the company is uniting all brands under the values that have driven Aeromotive for the past 30 years.
Phillip VanBuskirk brings 16 years of aftermarket automotive sales experience to Aeromotive.
The program is designed to help builders and customizers find fuel system solutions for their vehicles.
This in-line fuel pump features Aeromotive’s new True Variable Controller, designed specifically for the brand’s line of brushless gear fuel pumps, which modulates the fuel pump speed to match engine demand while reducing current draw when demand for fuel is low.
The additional square footage allows Aeromotive to move all sales, tech, office and engineering personnel into one building, increasing ease of communication between departments.
In 1994, Steve Matusek, the son of immigrants from Eastern Europe, started Aeromotive Inc. on the strength of his vision, dedication to excellence and a commitment to developing the pinnacle of performance products.
Aeromotive is the third company to receive this honor, joining MagnaFlow (2017) and WeatherTech (2016).
Barrick most recently served as dual sales manager for Concord Hospitality in San Antonio working directly with the Director of Sales developing and implementing sales forecasts and proposals for both government and corporate markets.
“To be chosen by Ford to provide a high-performance fuel system for the 50th anniversary drag racing special Mustang Cobra Jet is a terrific honor and a testament to our reputation for quality,” said Steve Matusek, Aeromotive president.
During Pestinger’s five-year tenure with Aeromotive, he was responsible for building a strong relationship with SEMA Data Co-Op and coordinating the company’s product data information to ensure accurate and standardization of all information for distributors, retailers and e-commerce.