Doug Reinbold of North Attleboro, Massachusetts, was born into a “car family.”  “My father has been restoring antique cars my entire life,” he says.  “Even at age 83, he is still working on them.”  Doug’s has quite a life experience with four wheels himself.  “I have an automotive degree and spent nine years working on multiple NASCAR pit crews.  I have also run a number of cars shows, served as president of two car clubs and am a judge for the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA).”  He uses his 1994 Ford Mustang pictured here for track days and autocrossing—it packs a 347 and Tremec transmission.
Additional background:
What are your other rides?  2002 NASCAR Chevy Monte Carlo Busch Car, 2006 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Dodge, 1978 Ford F150.  My father owns two woodies—a 1948 Buick Estate Wagon and 1948 Packard—and a 1969 Ford Ranchero GT that we restore together.
Any automotive projects in the works?  NASCAR Dodge Charger and a 1978 Ford
What vehicle tops your wish list?  B5 blue, 4-speed 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda
Who is your automotive hero?  Bud Moore, a NASCAR legend and American hero
Your most valuable automotive resource?  Car guys.  The information you can get when you reach out to other enthusiasts is amazing.
Why is the SEMA Action Network (SAN) important?  Our hobby is constantly under scrutiny by politicians.  If it was not for SAN a lot of our cars would not be allowed on the roads.