Meet our team of chauffeurs
A member of the National Antique Automobile Club of America, Lead Chauffeur Gary Muehlbauer has owned and maintained numerous vintage cars. Gary’s attention to detail and the wealth of knowledge he brings to My Grandpa’s Hudson help him oversee the maintenance of the Hudson and provide up-to-date training for the chauffeur team. As a sales executive for many years, Gary has spent a great deal of time behind the wheel. He and his wife Jan are Johnson City residents and enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren. An avid woodworker, Gary is also an active member of Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church where he serves as church treasurer.
An excellent driver, Brian Keefe has the distinction of being selected out of hundreds of applicants in 2011 to drive the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile cross country and oversee its marketing campaign throughout the USA. A graduate of Chenango Forks HS, SUNY Broome and SUNY Cortland, he works by day as an education administrator at Lourdes Hospital. Brian is also a firefighter, member of the EMS team and president of the West Corners Fire Department. When not working, Brian and his wife, Katie, enjoy hiking, camping, visiting wineries and traveling. Brian looks forward to giving people a unique and memorable ride in our Hudson Commodore 8.
Binghamton native Jordan Simpson grew up in a historical neighborhood and has always had a love for anything vintage or antique. A graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, Jordan is a network engineer in the Rochester area and resides in a home built in the 1800s. When not with clients, you’ll find him riding his 1976 Kawasaki motorcycle, hiking with friends in the Adirondacks, and traveling. He’s also a great cook and always finds the best restaurants. Jordan’s great grandfather was the inspiration behind this business, so he is excited to continue the family tradition of driving a Hudson and sharing the excitement with others.