The nondescript exterior of Outcast Kustom's Mooresville shop belies the highly customized work that goes on within
Outcast Kustoms hosted a special engine teardown event organized by Safety Kleen in the Mooresville shop's main bay, which is referred to as its "showroom."
A portion of the facility is dedicated to decal creation and other logo work.
The main lobby holds a display case showing off the many TV shows, trucks, and other mementos from the company's history.
The shop's main paint booth is roomy enough to hold large trucks of all types.
The second, smaller paint booth is used for body pieces, such as this truck hood.
Outcast Kustoms mixes its own paints in this section.
This plasma cutter allows Outcast to work with a variety of metals.
The back section of the shop houses a wide assortment of equipment necessary for repairing and customizing all manner of trucks.
Plenty of elbow room is key for any chrome shop.
Kelvin Locklear and wife April founded Outcast Kustoms over 12 years ago in Florence, SC.
Collision repair and other body work is one of the mainstays of Outcast's business.
All sorts of interesting rigs are tucked here and there at Outcast's Mooresville shop.
The 46,000 sq. ft. shop operated by Outcast Kustoms in Mooresville, NC, since July 2011 is the firm's second facility. It's original location -- opened back in January 2000 and still doing budiness today -- is in Florence, SC.
They have an impressive shop here and I am sure this is an unique shop. However, they should consider launching a site soon to reach a bigger crowd. But they need to use the right strategies to promote it.
This is a giant store which has all the items you might need. However, I find online stores more convenient, I have recently purchased canoe trailers from Magneta Trailers online and the item was shipped to me really fast.
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