The finest cars in the world generally share a few things in common. They are handmade, complex, and very valuable. This in turn demands very particular care which stems from a complete understanding and intuition as well as a material and mechanical empathy. The ability hand fabricate new parts and to restore tired old parts
If you were to ask Casey Putsch what the difference is in restoring the clockwork mechanism that powers a 19th century French automaton, a military turboshaft engine, or a V-12 supercar he would say, “Nothing”. They all require an intimate understanding of physics and material science, as well as a high degree of craftsmanship, attention
Genius Garage Educational Programs As a 501(c)3 non-profit public educational charity, Genius Garage was founded to give college students with “a spark” the opportunity to grow to their potential and kickstart their careers in a competitive team environment lead by industry professionals acting as mentors. Created to bridge the gap from academia to industry, the
Aristo-Cad Motorcycle Better known for all things automotive, Casey Putsch has a great passion for motorcycles as well as bicycles and has even won an AMA National Championship road racing a vintage Grand Prix motorcycle. The Aristo-Cad motorcycle was his own concept and creation. Putsch admittedly had become very turned off by the custom motorcycle
The Seneca County Museum Working as a dedicated volunteer Casey Putsch was involved in teaching, live demonstrations, fundraising, event coordination, and antiquities restoration at The Seneca County Museum in Tiffin, Ohio. Putsch was later presented an award for Support and Dedication by the museum director.
Horsepower for History Concours d’Elegance Public attended high-end car show and two-day event in Tiffin, Ohio. Year one had all proceeds and donations going directly to the Tiffin Historic Trust for the preservation of American History and landmark. Year two had all the proceeds benefiting the historic Ritz Theatre from 1928. Working to educate the