Car Fix features Bryan Fuller and Jeremy Bumpus, two award-winning builders who take on any project, from basic maintenance to original concept builds and everything in between. Whether it’s working under the hood on projects that every DIYer wants to learn how to do, or bringing viewers into the realm of world-class restorations and high-end fabrication, the Car Fix team is always ready to wrench!
Meet The Hosts
Bryan realized his passion for cars while helping his dad rebuild a 1965 Ford Mustang. After studying at University of North Texas and Wyoming Technical Institute, he was hired in 2003 by renowned fabricator Chip Foose and helped the Foose team win the Riddler Award for Best Car in Show at the Detroit Autorama in 2003 and 2005. In 2005 Bryan set up his own shop in downtown Atlanta. He won the coveted GM Design Award in 2010 at The SEMA Show with the “Impaler” and the 2013 Birmingham World of Wheels Best in Show with a one-of-a-kind Cadillac hearse, named the “Thundertaker”. Bryan can also be seen on Caffeine & Octane on MotorTrendTV.
At 16, Jeremy lovingly rebuilt his father’s 1968 Camaro. It was while working on this project that Jeremy truly fell in love with all things automotive. Jeremy honed his metal fabrication and custom paint skills during the mini-truck craze, leading to multiple features in Mini Truckin’ Magazine. After attending Jackson State and VC Tech, Jeremy started working at The Hot Rod Shop in Corinth, Mississippi, where he gained experience and expertise, all while building award-winning vehicles. Among these was a homebuilt 1967 Mustang that won the Goodguys Ford Muscle Car award in 2015. In 2016, Jeremy and his wife were offered the chance to take over operations at The Hot Rod Shop, leading an elaborate team of skilled, award-winning builders.