By Renee O’Quinn
Chris Geiger began drawing cars and trucks at a very early age. His dad, the late Paul Geiger, had a racecar and Chris spent a lot of time with his dad in his garage and at the racetrack in Waycross. Even when he was a young boy, he loved working in a garage and learning about cars and trucks. Chris followed his passion and love of working on cars and today he is a mechanic with a specialty in building custom made vehicles. He is a machinist at a hot rod shop in Baxley named “Crazy Cars” which is located next to Hardee’s, where the old parts store use to be. There are many old model cars, trucks and even some old tractors and such on display in the parking lot at Crazy Cars.