I first learned of Bruce and his company through a good friend of mine whom met Bruce last fall and the two of them engaged in car engine talk. Leo has been around performance cars most of his life and he himself has a prized 1966 Corvette with a 502 big block crate engine. The two of them engaged in “motor talk’. Leo was very impressed with Bruce’s knowledge about engine building, performance and the fact his family has owned and operated this company for so many years. I had no idea Leo and Bruce ever met or knew each other. In early March I mentioned to Leo I was considering buy a new engine for my Corvette. Without hesitation Leo immediately put it out on the table “you should look at Engine Factory” as a result of his personal conversation with the owner and the knowledge exchanged between the two of them in that conversation. I was contemplating another company which I called first and it was an immediate turn off for me as they tried instead to sway me into buying something already put together…. it didn’t have the valve or air cleaner covers or components I actually wanted. I would have had to change these parts myself. When I called Engine Factory the owner himself answers the phone. He asked me a few questions about what I was trying to do, what my goals were and the vehicle this engine would go into. Right off he was very knowledgeable and already was aware of things that would and wouldn’t work on this car due to its design and clearance issues, etc. He honestly made me feel very comfortable about the purchase process and assured me of a great outcome. I have emailed and called Bruce a number of times with various questions after initiating the requirements for the build and no matter how busy he was, he “always” took the time to answer my questions. My engine is now being shipped and I should have it here in couple of days From what I’ve experienced thus far I would highly recommend Bruce and his Engine Factory company.
Video in photo booth >> https://www.instagram.com/tv/CdRDyJTJj3n/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=