About Ay-Mac Precision Inc

Ay-Mac Precision Inc is a manufacturing hub of core pins for the aerospace industry.

The world class machine shop is located in Windsor, Colorado, just north Areospace Core Pins of Denver. The MacQueen family has been doing precision machine work since 1985 when they merged with Ayerst Engineering.

Ay-Mac Precision Inc supplies many Fortune 500 companies around the world with quality machine parts. Ay-Mac Precision Inc relocated to Windsor, Colorado in 2007 and enjoys the Rocky mountain views and a quality workforce that strives for perfection in everything they do.

John MacQueen heads up the executive staff of Ay-Mac Precision Inc with many years in the tool & die industry. John serves as the Head of Production where his focus is on precision fabrication and high tolerance core pin products. His aerospace manufacturing background serves the core pin industry well by controlling the fabrication process and overseeing the certified team of employees.

Jim MacQueen comes from a background in the precision connector industry since 1985 where precision manufacturing had to be spot on. Serving as VP of Quality Assurance, Jim sets a high level of standard for the manufacturing team and works to ensure every product leaves within specification.

We are unique in the customer core pin manufacturing trade. Our combination of machining and grinding expertise sets us apart from our competition.

Our History

In 1987 the Kellers founded a company named The Bug Man in a tiny warehouse with just one employee.
This enterprise grew into a company that specialized in the classic Volkswagen vehicles, especially the old style (Type 1) Beetle. The Bug Man became known for Beetle restoration and repairs, and the company continued to grow. Because of the emphasis on classic VW restoration, the Keller's business name was then changed to Vintage Volkswagen to better represent the company.

However, after a conflict with the Volkswagen manufacturer over the use of the word "Volkswagen," Vintage Volkswagen was changed to Vintage Auto, the name we are now known under.

As time went on, newer VW models were constantly being manufactured and were soon more prevalent in the market. Vintage Auto started accepting the more modern water-cooled vehicles into the shop for repairs and restoration. Vintage auto has developed from a VW Beetle specialized shop to a repair, parts, and sales center for all Volkswagen, Audi, Honda, and Acura vehicles.