Jonah T. Workman

My automotive story begins when I was very young. If my first words were not "mom" or "dad" it most likely would have been "car". I have been an enthusiast as long as I can remember and maybe even before that. My passion runs deep and it was for anything with four wheels and an engine. As I grew older I found myself to be a huge Japanese and euro car enthusiast. The style, sounds, and performance really grasped my attention and I was hooked. All my young life I just wanted to drive till the wheels fell off and began counting down the days till I could get my license and buy my first car. My first car was a 1997 Volkswagen Jetta, nothing glamorous but she was mine. I was so happy to get her cleaned up and turned around from the rough shape she was in. It was to be my "daily project". I cleaned up and did some maintenance work on the engine, installed coilovers, added new rims, and was working on the paint. Unfortunately when the paint arrived it would be the last time i'd drive her. In a rear end collision she was totaled by a distracted driver, and that costed me my car. Although in the worst times things do get better, and the light at the end of the tunnel for me was getting my current car, my 1997 Honda Prelude SH. Owning this car has been amazing and look to make her into a show car and a neck breaker. Coilovers and rims are to come in the near future and hopefully some day some boost! I am not too flashy so the goal with the Lude is to be clean and simple, something that speaks volumes without being over the top. A best moment so far would be going to local events. As a person just getting into the scene any opportunity that I can get to connect with others, in person or online to talk cars is a special thing for me, I never leave an event without learning or seeing something new that inspires me to keep finding ways to improve myself and my build. I firmly believe that the OneAuto Movement is the beginning of something great, a way to bring every everyone together and create an infinite group of people who love and respect the automotive world. With enough support, Oneauto will become worldwide and the more it grows, the more possibilities will arise such as a car show as big as H.I.N or a rally as big as the Gumball 3000. If you believe in it, it will believe in you.

Jonah T. Workman

Prescott, AZ

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