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About Us

We release new DIY automotive videos every week on YouTube.

Who is DEBOSS GARAGE?

  • Rich Bosch

    “Filthy Rich” is the face of DEBOSS GARAGE. Master Mechanic, Vlogger, Inventor, and all around Diesel Head.

  • Aaron Porteous

    Producer, Editor, Brand Manager, Aaron takes care of everything behind the scenes.

  • Stefan Meier

    “Black Jack” is a car vlogger, enthusiast, and Jablinski doppelgänger extraordinaire. Available for stunts.

  • Jonathan Hooghiem

    “Hoogie” is an automotive encyclopedia, Honda hater and the world’s leading Batman expert.

  • Rick Osborne

    “Ozzy” is an ex-con turned agency identified youth mentor, Harley/musclecar builder, and one of Canada’s leading gang experts.

WHAT WE DO

At DEBOSS GARAGE, we do custom builds for customers, for kicks, and with our favourite charity: Truth For Teens - an intervention initiative for youth who are involved in the justice system & dealing with addictions.

Through your support, our goal is to cover the costs of video production as well as finance the restorations so we can keep delivering a quality educational channel that is available to everyone. To thank you, we offer reward tiers that include technical help to our members.


ABOUT FILTHY RICH

YouTuber, mechanic, all around handyman, Filthy Rich is a die hard dieselhead, and inventor of the Tape Boss. One day when working with a few of his employees, an idea came to him on how to meet what for him was a very practical need. "When the guys were bugging me with little things, like 'where's the skill saw, Rich’, I'd forget my measurements for what I was doing in my head. So I thought, 'somebody needs to invent a voice recorder that attaches to tape measures.'"

“If you’re not filthy, you’re not Rich.”

In his younger days, Rich’s go-getter attitude enabled him to accomplish a lot. Every work situation implanted another gift into his growing toolbox of talent, beginning with his apprenticeship with a mechanic, then opening his own construction business. His ambitious work ethic helped establish a solid construction company. It flourished for a period of time, enabling him to begin building a house for he and his young wife with the very skills he used in his business.

An appeal was made for a team to go to Burkina Faso, a country in Africa. "I was sitting in church, and one guy, who had been on the trip the year before, said they needed help building a mechanic's shop. Obviously, he was talking to me. I'm a mechanic. I ran a construction company. That's me, I'm going!"


“Everybody in the airport’s looking at me like I’m crazy! I’m thinking, ‘I know, nobody’s ever tried to bring tires over before, as checked luggage.’”
— Rich Bosch


It's clear to anyone who knows Rich that this struggling country has endeared itself to him, to the point that he is contemplating possibly returning there when is his two children are older. But until that day, he knows another way to continue supporting them. Remember that invention?


-Excerpts from Faith News Niagara