Brenton Brown, the owner of Forza Tuning and Performance, is a self-taught mechanic, fabricator, and tuner. Brenton, a native to Louisville, amazed his parents when he started constructing advanced building sets before he could even read the instructions to put them together.
After attending car shows with his dad, Brenton became enamored with exotic cars. He studied engine manuals and car magazines, becoming instantly hooked.
He started fixing the neighborhood go-karts and mini bikes. While his dad was at work one day Brenton grabbed the manual to his dad’s lawnmower and took the mower apart, just to put it together the next day.
By 12, he had a plan to buy his first car. He spent the next five years mowing lawns and saving his money, At 17 he bought a ’64 Impala, but with no money to modify it, he started fixing and modifying other people’s cars. He gained the reputation of being “the guy who fixes everything” and continued teaching himself even more.
After Brenton graduated high school, he knew without a doubt that he wanted to continue doing what he loved – working on cars.
He had the determination and persistence to make his dream of working on performance cars a reality. For the next several weeks he would stop in one particular exotic car specialty shop looking for a full-time position. After eight or nine of Brenton’s persistent visits, the owner came in from the shop area and stopped Brenton from applying again.