Back in 1999, Keith Boisvert, owner of OSS started his first company called Outlaw Printing. OP was the 1st company to digitally print magnetic dash plaques that were given out to attendees of car shows as a memento.
By 2001, the industry caught up and it became hard to compete with the major two companies that made plaques, so Keith and his father started Outlaw Speed Shop.
OSS catered strictly to the Hot Rod and muscle car industry, and soon was not only selling parts, but building and restoring cars.
As the years went on and the economy got worse, culminating in 2008, they made the decision to close the doors for good. However, Keith kept the name and refused to give it up knowing someday it would get used again.
In the time following 2008, Keith worked in industrial electronics, but always had a side business, from website and graphic design to music video and promotion. But the call of the automobile was always the passion.
As with most, as you get older life gets in the way and priorities shift. With kids and a family, rebuilding cars was out of the question, so Keith decided to take it to a whole new level...or a much smaller scale! And the customizing of diecast cars was born!!
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