Serge Leger Profile


Biography Serge Leger
President Henry’s  Autobody & Xtreme Motorsports
CFO – ETC Enterprises Inc.

President of Henry’s Auto body located in Shediac New Brunswick, Serge Leger took over the business from his father the founder in 2000.  After acquiring Henry’s Auto body, Renovation began extending the 1900 square foot facility to 4400 square feet.  The shop quickly became home to 2 paint booths, a frame machine, and could hold up to 9 cars.  Serge noticed a spike in sales growing to over 300% just after the first year and then decided to become founder of a performance retail store called Xtreme Motorsports. Xtreme Motorsports is the greater Moncton New Brunswick area's Premier sport compact performance shop.  Serge has and continues to produce some of the wildest rides in this region.

At a young age Serge Leger developed a strong interest in cars that grew over time. From the age of 14 Serge worked with his father and would often stay late hours to work on custom bikes, helmets, snowmobiles and cars. At the age of 24, his work was rewarded at cars shows where he attended his first competition in 1992.  By this time he was certified to work with 3 stage pearl, and full candy apple paint, later mastering the art of adding graphics into them. In 2001, Serge decided to break out into other parts of Canada to compete.  He took home top honors at Darknights Nationals and later that year went on to take home Best of Show at Sport Compact Performance.

Year 2001 through to 2003, Serge continued to attend various shows across the Nation earning him many awards including countless Best Paint awards.  He has worked on many projects such as his highly acclaimed 1995 Acura Integra and the 1999 custom Chevrolet Cavalier.  Currently Serge continues to dominate the show scene with his Cover Car Nissan 350Z.

With strong skills in fabrication, his knowledge of work with chemicals, and his extensive knowledge with candy and pearl paints, Serge has earned a reputation of being known as one of the best painters in the tuner industry across Canada.