On April 1, 2021, Meghan Huber became the new President/Owner of The Motor Works of DeKalb, Inc.Read more...
Way back in March of 1984, just after the dinosaurs perished from a meteor strike, I opened a small one man automotive repair shop called Motor Works...Read more...
Director of Motor Works Classic Car Restoration Division
Mark’s title is Director of Motor Works Classic Car Restoration Division. While this is impressive it doesn’t begin to say enough.Read more...
Automotive Service Technician
Joe is Mr. Versatility. His most interesting recent job was the removal and refitting of an engine from a 1960 Pontiac Catalina.Read more...
Joe is Mr. Versatility. His skills include major engine work, cylinder heads, timing belts, engine removal and replacement, drivability and electrical diagnostics, general steering, suspension, and brake work.
Graduating from Kiswaukee College with an Associate’s Degree in Automotive Technology, Joe has many hours of continuing automotive technology training.
Awards and special recognition:
On the Dean’s List at Kiswaukee College and having won the National Technical Honor Society Award, Joe is also an ASE Master Certified Technician.
Becoming an ASE Master Technician is a big deal! It takes at least two years of work commitment, study and testing. Motor Works is fortunate to have three ASE Master Certified Technicians on staff:
Marty Fay, Mark Huff and Joe Moberg.
Winter’s Automatic Transmissions, NAPA Auto Parts
Modify and ride snowmobiles and motorcycles, work on classic cars, racing, anything outdoors.
To be honest, that’s Joe’s old list. Today, going home means a lovely wife, a beautiful young daughter, and working on a new house.
Automotive Service Technician
Jordan is another of our Kiswaukee College Automotive Program graduates. As a matter of fact, he graduated with a 4.0 grade point average.Read more...
Jordan performs most of the service maintenance on our customer’s cars, keeping them in prime condition.
But Jordan does much more than that. A recent example blew my socks off. Jordan was working on a 2004 Buick Rendezvous which would not start. Diagnosis revealed the computer communication data lines had failed. Armed with a wiring diagram and trained to use it, Jordan traced all the data lines through a closed harness, and eventually found a corroded connection, hidden unseen, deep inside the harness. Once repaired the Buick fired to life. Way to go Jordan!
Motor Works consistently apprentices Kishwaukee College’s top automotive students, and then hires them full time when they have completed their education. This long-term approach guarantees Motor Works has top flight, educated technicians, who are thoroughly trained and coached to our exacting standards.
Continuing education from the best trainers in the country, keeps all of Motor Works’ technicians up to date on the latest automotive technology.
Jordan is happiest when tinkering with anything automotive. He especially loves to renovate older cars and make old iron sing a new song once again.