As a child, Keith lived by the motto “Bigger is better” and, of course, “bigger” meaning trucks. “There was something special about towering over other trucks,” Keith tells Truckin, “It just seemed natural to be unique to me.” His experiences with lifted trucks didn’t come until his sister’s boyfriend purchased one and he was able to ride in it for the first time. “We were just country boys driving to bonfires and cruising off-road,” Keith says. From that moment as a young man, he was hooked on the lifted culture.
When Keith was ten years old, his parents moved from Indiana to Colorado, and two short years later, his father passed away from cancer. His mother remarried and Keith’s stepfather had a passion for trucks as well. In 1986, his stepfather, George, started a custom automotive body/collision and repair shop called Supreme Carstar Autobody in Commerce City, Colorado, where Keith gradually helped until 2002 when George asked him to work fulltime.
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