Because most of his childhood was spent traveling from small town to small town around the Midwest, Robert Dillman quickly developed an ability to identify most automobiles on the public highway system. His infatuation of driving and tinkering with cars started when he was given a 1990 Celica just before the age of 16. Illegal runs down Pennsylvania county roads without a driver’s license would soon follow.
Rob spent his college years at Penn State University in Happy Valley, where he used any excuse possible to tailor projects and writing assignments into an automotive format. He graduated with degrees in Journalism and Economics and now resides in central Pennsylvania. As a fresh new intern, he writes for High Gear Media by day and works in a restaurant by night.
In his spare time, Rob creates films, plays golf, hosts a weekly podcast, and attempts to keep his friend’s project cars out of his garage---while solving his own daily problems in the form of a 1989 240SX.
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