Lake Norman & Mooresville

January 4, 2012 12:00 AM

Reality TV show springs from custom car shop

Anyone who caught seasons four and five of CMT's "Trick My Truck" may remember cast member Kelvin Locklear as the lead designer .Kelvin, 37, and his wife, April, 32, own K&L Collision Center and Outcast Kustoms on Rolling Hills Road in Mooresville's Lakeside Business Park. They purchased the building from Bahari Racing in August and moved to Mooresville along with their three sons.

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