Meet The Crew

The Bonnell’s Crew is a versatile group of guys and gals. This group has experience in all aspects of the automotive culture. Racing, Hot Rods, Custom Cars and Trucks of all kinds flow though the blood of this talented group.

Scott BonnellOwner

Scott’s passion for cars started years ago as he watched his uncle, Rich Bonnell, race open-wheel dirt cars. Scott, after building his collision business, began racing sprint cars at the local dirt tracks. When Scott broke three vertebrae in a racing incident during the summer of 2010, he put his racing career behind him and began focusing on the hot rod portion of his business.

Scott opened Bonnell’s Rod Shop when the demand for quality hot rods outgrew his state of the art collision business. Since opening his collision shop in 1985, Scott has provided his customers with only the very best. Known best for quality and excellent service, Scott knew the best way to continue to provide the services his customers have grown to expect was to separate the Rod Shop from his collision business.

Scott’s vision for the future of the business is to produce quality, one-off hot rods, unique to the Bonnell’s Rod Shop team. He hopes to one day produce a vehicle capable of contending in the ‘Great 8’ at the Detroit Autorama and possibly winning the Ridler Award. Scott hopes to provide local Rodders with high-quality, economical options for all their hot-rodding needs.

Jamie Logue- Office/ Parts Specialist 

Jamie has a background in automotive detailing and small mechanic work. He has a passion for restoring vintage automobile collectibles. Jamie also enjoys going and supporting local car shows.

Jon Fiolek – Mechanic

Jon has been a professional mechanic since 1987, his experience and expertise is unmatched. He truly has a passion for working on classic cars.  When Jon isn’t working on his personal ’73 Camaro project he enjoys fly-fishing, RC airplanes, and spending time with his family.

Jamie Flick– Body Tech & Painter

Jesse Korrell– Paint & Body Tech

Jesse attended Crawford County Career and Technical Center for Auto Body Repair.  He calls himself a “car guy” and he has grown up with a passion for fixing automobiles.  Jesse was a First Place Award winner in the PA Skills USA Competition his senior year of high school.  Outside of work he enjoys snowboarding, RC racing and fishing.  Jesse is one of the young stars at Bonnell’s Rod Shop.

Clinton Rice- Maintenance

Clinton’s responsibilities are cleaning and maintaining the properties, at the Rod Shop & Fairview Collision Center. He is an all around guy who can handle most anything. His 15 years in construction give him the experience in several areas throughout the shop.