Commando Customs & Classics was launched in 2015 with a racing team and racing gear. By 2019, the cars became the focus more than the racing. Steve Kanner and team understand the emotional bond between their clients and their project, toys, dream cars or family heirlooms that need to be brought back to life.
Many competitors only offer one or two particular services, but Commando offers them all in one shop with quality equipment and special attention to their quality work.
You may see Steve or Commando out at local automotive events, charity events and part of I.C.E, Island Car Enthusiast or Southeast Regional Car Council.
My name is Steve Kanner
Born in Queens, New York, Steve grew up in South Florida playin most recreational team sports, though he was always drawn to speed and drag racing. Steve raced BMX bikes and motorcycles, then eventually started building and racing cars. Later, he obtained a degree in advertising and graphic design from Florida Atlantic University, and worked in finance until launching Commando Customs & Classics in 2015. In addition to his professional career, Steve gives back to the community in many ways. In 2008, Steve formed the Island Car Enthusiast, which is a non-profit group that holds and annual car show benefiting local charities.
My name is Daniel Kanner
Steve's son, Daniel, officially joined Commando Customs & Classics in 2020, after working for Gulfstream Aerospace. Grouping up, Daniel raced motocross and freestyle BMX while helping at the family business after hours on weekends, which fueled his passion for cars.
As fabrication manager of Commando Customs & Classics, Daniel oversees fabrication and welding jobs, as well as assists Steve in the daily operations of the business.