BUSTED KNUCKLE GARAGE held its grand opening Saturday, Oct. 1, welcoming the public with food and music. For several years, owner Ken Warner ran his business out of his aunt and uncle’s barn until moving into the 411 S. Ball St. location five months ago. The garage is tucked behind the former Riverside auto dealership, across from the Steam Railroading Institute.

Warner, who has been working on cars since he was 14, says Busted Knuckle garage does “anything automotive,” from repairs to custom performance and fabrication, foreign and domestic. Friends and ambassadors from the Shiawassee Regional

Chamber of Commerce who gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony included (from left) Darlene Wiseley, Chuck Wiseley, Mike Rogers, Marla Brisbin, Kassidy Warner, Austyn-Rain Warner, Nate Warner, Branden Rowell, Ken Warner, Skylar Jent, Dan Ayers, Barbara Rowell, Mark Woodbury, Dennis Sherman, and Roy Thelen.             (Independent Photo/Jessica Hickey)

Busted Knuckle Garage Grand Opening was last modified: October 5th, 2016 by Karen Elford