Below are the great folks at LFCG that make it all possible!
SKIPPER HULL — President
The Founder and President of Little Foreign Car Garage, Skip is a real local boy, born and raised in Waltham. Skip started LFCG as a senior in High School with his friend and partner Eric Little. Skip went off to college where, among other accomplishments, he trained at the British Leyland factory, makers of such legendary marquees as Jaguar, MG, Triumph, and Austin Healy, Rolls Royce and Bentley.
Skip then went on to grad school, and in 1972, after graduating with his degree in Engineering, during that time he started racing was trained on Porsches and then went full-time with Little Foreign Car Garage. As Skip says, "I decided to work at LFCG until I figured out what to do with my degree in Engineering. After awhile, I realized I was using my degree every day, and I'm doing what I love!"
Skip's outside interests include basketball, sailing, tennis, and gardening.
JUDIE HULL-MAKER - Service Manager
Judie sets the tone for our personal service and high communication standards. A lifelong car buff, she honed her natural hospitality skills at the Portland, Oregon Sheraton between 1975 and 1981, rising from Front Desk Clerk to Assistant Hotel Manager. She spent the remainder of the eighties at Digital Equipment Corp., finishing there as Senior Benefits Specialist.
In 1992 Judie joined Little Foreign Car Garage as a Service Writer and is now Service and Office Manager as well as a Board Member. She is a graduate of Waltham High School, and completed a Certificate Program in Human Resources at Bentley College.
First Car: Austin Healey Sprite, which she drove for many years (including a cross-country trip).
Current Car: BMW 325i convertible, much loved.
Interests: Gardening, decorating, bird watching, pets, summer weekends on Cape Cod, swimming.
LINDSEY BROWN - Shop Foreman
With us since 1982, (Yes, he'll have been with us for 20 years in 2002!) Lindsey brings an artistic touch to his work, with fine arts diplomas from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. To avoid starving*, he specializes in custom chassis tuning for street, racetrack, and autocross. Before joining us, he worked his magic on Maseratis, Alfa Romeos, MGs,Triumphs, and Jaguars at High Performance Cars in Waltham, MA. If you're looking for perfectly balanced high performance, Lindsay is your man.
Lindsey has recently completed his first book, currently titled "A Friend in The Business - The Complete Guide to buying Automotive Service" It's a book designed to help the average car owner how to navigate the sometimes confusing world of auto repair from a consumer standpoint. No publishing date yet, but we hope it's soon!
Interests: Spending time with his wife Kathy, and his daughter Lauren. Oh, and Formula One racing, aviation, and twentieth century history.
Favorite car to drive: any Porsche turbo.
Least favorite car to work on: any Porsche turbo.
* Just joking. Lindsey's photos and paintings have been exhibited and published by the Audubon Society,
The Nature Company, Outdoor Photographer magazine, Peterson's Photographic magazine,
Stokes Nature Guides, Roundel, and others.