About

By profession, Steve is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a 15 year practice in San Diego, California. Jones Pain Relief.

Among his hobbies and other interests, Steve is also an inventor. If you do a lot of online research or mouse through miles of files, you should check out his patented ergonomic Products like the Fully Adjustable Mouse Platform called the “Ergo Nav“.

Dr. Jones is originally from Joppa Town, Maryland. He completed his pre-med education at California Steve With A Finished Fiberglass ProjectState University Hayward. He finished his doctorate work at Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in San Jose, California. Dr. Jones is board certified by the National and California Boards of Chiropractic Examiners.

Additionally, he is a state appointed Qualified Medical Evaluator and is certified by the California Chiropractic Foundation as an Industrial Disability Evaluator. He is also an active member of the California Chiropractic Association.

Now for a word from the author:


Hi, my name is Steven Jones,

I have over 20 years of experience in working with fiberglass and I have used the techniques described in these manuals for building the following:

Automotive:

  • Front & Rear Fender Flairs for a 69 mustang
  • Rear spoiler for 69 mustang
  • Hood Scoop 69 mustang
  • Tail light panel for 240Z
  • Rear Spoiler for 240Z
  • Hood Scoop for Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Custom Rear Signal Light Housing for Suzuki Hayabusa
  • Rear Seat cowling for Honda Interceptor

Hobby:

R/C Boats:

  • PBR scaled to fit GI Joe
  • Nitro powered out rigger
  • Hybrid out rigger / deep vee nitro powered boat
  • Radio Box for boats
  • 1/32 scale model of a 120′ yacht

R/C Cars:

  • 1/6 scale six wheeled ATV
  • 1/8 scale Mach 5 (Speed Racer) body for nitro powered chasis

R/C Planes:

  • Cowlings for .40 and .60 size trainers

Other:

  • Various water feature projects and other artistic endeavors including a wall art waterfall

Building your own duplicate fiberglass molds or designing your own custom molds for Models, Car Parts, Radio Control cars, boats, planes and rockets, or even art work can be a ton of fun and extremely rewarding. . . .

. . . . I know it has been for me, and it can be for you too, without having to learn all the intricate techniques of fiberglass mold making on your own, through a frustrating and time consuming process of trial and error.

There is nothing like the feeling of taking your own vision, creating it yourself, and knowing it is one of a kind.

I wish you good glassing and good luck,