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Keith Sultana, Owner

Keith’s passion for cars was instilled within him at an early age. Born in Warren, MI, Keith was a stone’s throw away from “Motor City”. His first major exposure to cars was at the Woodward Dream Cruise where thousands of people from around the world bring their hot rods for days, even weeks prior to the event, for cruising. Keith is passionate about prewar vintage hot rods, vintage NASCARS and muscle cars - his first car was a ‘71 Nova.

During the day, Keith has established a long career in Manufacturing with General Electric and Ingersoll Rand. At night, he loves to research vintage racing and working around the shop. He is co-owner of Man Made Legends with his wife Leslie. They have 3 boys and live in Davidson, NC. When Keith isn’t dreaming up ideas for hot rods or working at either job, he enjoys fishing.

Bob Turner, Manager

Bob Turner, Manager

Bob Turner has been around cars his whole life. With extensive experience in fabrication, electrical, interiors, mechanical systems. Bob is an all around car guy with a very high standards when it comes to quality, integrity and exceeding customer expectations. His passion is your passion and he and the rest of the MML crew can make your dream a reality.

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Leslie Sultana,Owner

Leslie grew up around cars in Pikeville, KY. Her father was a “car guy” and was always bringing something new around, which peaked her interest at an early age. One of her first cars was a Chevrolet Camaro, and throughout her life, she’s also owned a Corvette and El Camino. Her current love is her patina 1966 Ford ½ -ton truck you see on our site. 

Leslie is an avid early American antique collector and spends time hunting those finds while husband, Keith Sultana, hunts for car parts. She’s always looking for that piece of furniture or art that captures what the American spirit is all about - the freedom to do, build and be anything you want. When Leslie isn’t chasing their three boys, or antiques, she enjoys studying interior design and helping stray animals.

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