At 18, he joined the Army National Guard right out of high school. Although he was never deployed, he spent three years in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. With automotive customization in his blood, he continued to build trucks while serving, and started selling lifestyle apparel and audio accessories to supplement his income.
From there, Scott started building trucks in his garage, which led to opening his first shop Cambered Customs in Fort Smith, Arkansas. The market evolved over the years from lowered trucks to lifted trucks and off-road vehicles, and Scott and Cambered Customs adjusted accordingly.
Scott’s friend Kevin informed him about a farm Jeep for sale on a nearby ranch in Arkansas. Scott made the trip at the request of his wife Ashley (who has always had a thing for Jeeps) and the rest was history. “It was in pretty bad shape when I bought it,” Scott describes.