RPM’s nationwide network led to a career just outside Kevin Kyle’s front door

When he was 14 years old, Kevin Kyle bought a rusty Chevy S-10 pickup for $500 and another one for parts. His stepdad owned a hot rod shop, so together the two did all the needed body work—new fenders, new doors, everything. Kyle took his driver’s test in the S-10, which he still drives today.

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Very cool story. If your doing what you love its not a job. Congratulations!!!