Dave Kindig an American businessman who runs his auto repair shop, which specializes in redesigning old vehicles. Dave is also famous for his television show Bitchin' Rides, which airs on Velocity TV.
The 46-year-old American businessman made a late entry into television but immediately made a name for himself. Dave has earned quite well form his shop and has amassed quite a net worth for himself even as small timer businessman.
Dave Kindig's net worth: $3.5 million
The American businessman Dave Kindig' net worth is reported to be around $3.5 million as of 2018. He is the owner of Kindig It Design; an auto fabrication shop. You might also know him as the television host for Bitchin' Rides.
Dave earns a decent amount of money from his company and from his hosting career, which he also uses as a platform to promote his shop. Selling the company's accessory lines and custom franchises are his other sources of income.
Dave Kindig's Career
Not much is known about Dave Kindig's previous business. He has an engineering degree in Hot Wheels and Legos and has a working experience of eight years with High-Performance Coatings.
Kindig it Design
Dave started Kindig It Design back in 1999, along with his wife, Charity Kindig. He is the owner and also serves as the designer for the shop, and his wife is the Vice President.
The shop is situated in Salt Lake City, Utah and has over 15 employees, including one family member, his daughter Baylee Kindig. He also uses website, www.kindigit.com which he uses to promote his business.
Dave's designs have helped win awards like the GM Design Award in the year 2007 and Master Builder Award in 2012. He has also been awarded the 2013 Ford Design Award.
Dave's business gained a huge boost with his appearance in the reality television show Bitchin Rides. The television show is broadcasted in the Velocity TV network and can also be watched on demand at Motor Trend.
The show was successful enough for a second season run Beyond Bitchin' Rides later in 2015. The show is now on its fourth season and has completed 42 episodes.
In the show, Dave Kindig meets up with a new client, reviews his car and creates a design which he works on with his teammate Kevin Schiele and Will Lockwood to create a modern masterpiece and later reveals it to his customer.
He has Renovated a total of 66 cars till now on his show, and his future projects include a Chevrolet, Audi r8, many others.