About Robert Lynch:Hometown: Coatesville, PA
Name some of the cars you have had in the past. Name your favorite: I've owned many vehicles over the years. My first vehicle was a early 80's 2 Door Chevrolet Malibu Classic. I owned a couple Camaros, 1971 Camaro with a built 350 V8 and a 1992 Camaro 25th Anniversary Edition with a 305 V8. Now onto the Fords, 1995 Ford Escort, 1992 Mustang GT Convertible, 1993 Mustang GT and 1994 Mustang GT. I also owned a Dodge Durango and several Ram trucks over the years. I would have to say that the 2017 Ram 2500 that I currently own is my all time favorite!
3 interesting facts about you:
I am husband and father of two awesome daughters and a french bulldog. The women in my life may not be full blown automotive enthusiasts like myself, but they are supportive and enjoy being a part of it.
I started my career in law enforcement in 1999. During my career, I have worked in many different areas within my PD. You name it, I probably have done it, seen it or assisted with it at some point. I pursued my career in law enforcement, following in my father's foot steps to help others by serving. It can be a thankless job at times, but it's an honorable profession, I don't do it for the praise or recognition. I will be eligible to retire after 20 years of service, which will be in 2020.
I started Ram BEAST Projects on Instagram with posting content related to my vehicles & follower's vehicles. Then one day, I happened to be on YouTube researching something & came across a couple of well known local YouTube Channels. This inspired me to step out of my comfort zone & in 2017 I launched the Ram BEAST Projects' YouTube Channel.
Your go-to song in the car: I really don't have a go to song per-se, although I enjoy listening to a good tune while cruising and I listen to just about everything.
Craziest thing you've seen on the road: Well, I have seen some crazy and graphic things on the road during my police career, so I will give a funny experience. A neighboring PD requested assistance for horse running down the middle of the street that was causing a traffic hazard. No one was riding said horse and it has apparently escaped from its owner. I responded, exited my police vehicle and stood in the middle of the road like I was going to catch or stop it. I know, what was I thinking?! Needless to say, the horse trotted right by me and it made for a great laugh. No one was hurt or injured during the incident.