Meet the Team
Eddie Bohn’s abilities with a car and set of tools has been described to fall somewhere between that of McGyver and Martha Stewart. If it has an engine and wheels, he can build it, fix it, and even race it. Eddie first met Ray when they began racing Sportsmans together in New Jersey during the late ‘70s. Ray called upon Eddie to help with his new business after selling Evernham Motorsports. Eddie continues to play a vital role in the restoration processes for Big Iron Garage.
Ronnie V began his work with cars at the young age of 9. As a child, his grandfather owned a used-car-lot where he began working on cars and pumping gas at an early age. Ronnie began racing street division cars out of high school, and in 1986 he began working for the Craftsman Truck Series. Ronnie moved to North Carolina in 1998 to pursue racing and in 2007, he began working for Ray at Evernham Motorsports. He worked there for many years, even after Ray had sold it. Ronnie joined Big Iron Garage in November of 2018, and is an all around guy when it comes to working on cars.
Racers from the Northeast don’t come anymore tough, determined, or versatile as that of Danny Bohn. Danny quickly adapted to the world of stock car racing down South where he has continued his family lineage in auto racing. Upon moving to North Carolina in 2008 to work for Ray, Danny continued his championship form, taking the modified track championship in his very first year racing on dirt at East Lincoln Speedway. Danny helps lead Big Iron Garage through their many restoration projects and custom builds.
Dan Baker is from Thornville, Ohio and began his work with cars straight out of high school. He started by working at a shop applying graphics to cars, then moved on to a Chevrolet dealership where he worked for 10 years in the body shop. Dan began in the racing industry on a Craftsman Truck Series Team as a side job while still in Ohio. After moving to North Carolina, he worked on a Busch team and began working for Ray at Evernham Motorsports in 1999 when the shop opened. Dan specializes in paint and body work and he also enjoys fabricating.
Brad Dimon is from Lebanon, Maine and grew up around cars. His father owned a repair shop and was a racer so he saw both street and race cars being worked on growing up. In 1991, Brad moved to North Carolina to pursue racing and began working for Rodney Combs in the Busch Series. He began working at Hendrick Motorsports in 1996, left in 1999 to become a car chief for Roush, and then rejoined Hendrick in 2000. Brad began working for Ray at Big Iron Garage in May of 2019. He specializes in suspension, paint and body.