In March of 1992, in a small two car garage located in Ottawa Lake, Mi, Mike started his licensed business of MFP Classic Cars. Not only a single dad and legally blind from birth, he now takes on two full time jobs, between juggling a full time job at work and being a single father Mike sure figured out the right balance of work and father daughter time. Mike uses his disability to advantage in painting, fiberglass, and body work. MFP has a lot to offer to the classic car world. This business provides classic car restoration, fiberglass, and painting.
In 2008, MFP obtained the molds of a 1933 Plymouth for the manufacturer named Redneck. in February if 2009, MFP obtained the molds, jigs and tooling for a 1932 Fords that were produce and owned by Harwood Industries.
To this day, the company is still going strong.