: Clint R. "Cowboy" ForgeAge
: March 23rd // 27Character build
: 6'0 175lbs, Atheltic build, defined shoulders, arms and back from working from a young age and football since he could crawl. Affiliation
: Collusion Repair Specialist (Not formerly trained), Painter, "Gambling Cowboy", Free Lance Driver Automotive Preference (The car)
: Nissan Skyline - GTR34 (Not Street Legal) Ford F-150 4x4 (Daily Driver)Brief History
: Clint always imaged a life outside of Bonney Texas. His father ran the local car shop/gas station, his mother taught at the local elementary school and he was the town football hero. It was the type of town where everyone knew everyone else's business and the only child could not wait to get away. Clint was born carrying a football (or so his father claimed) and played most his life. His teenage life consisted of girls, football and working under his father at their shop. Unfortunately Clint was never much for mechanic work, like math (another failed subject) he understood the basics but excelled in another aspect of car work, body repair and paint. His family encouraged him to pursue both football and auto body repair, unfortunately after an injury in his senior year his hopes of a life in the NFL came to an end.
With his one escape out of Bonney cut short he turned to collusion repair and packed up his truck and left to make his own way after Highschool. Clint ended up in the west coast working at a small repair shop as the collusion repair and painter. His work was quickly noticed and he accepted higher paying offers from bigger shops and even took jobs on the side. A few years of living on the west introduced him to many things the small town "cowboy" knew little about, the most influential being street racing. Many people gave him shit about driving his truck to late night car shows and races but those who hired him to paint and install their (body) kits always spread the word on his expertise.
It took Clint a few years of scrimping, saving (and a few good nights at the local poker room), he finally managed to get a car to take on as a project and even went in person to pick up and tow from the Los Angeles docks. The car is mostly stock but he had a few friends he can call up on since who doesn't like a good paint job on their ride? Appearance
: Clint is not the "trendiest" of dressers and is rather "simple" in his taste. Jeans, boots (cowboy) and cowboy shirts or a T-shirt. He has not worn a suit since his parents forced him to go to church when he was a teenager. People have poked fun at his over sized belt buckle but he takes it in stride, more so when he reveals the back has a bottle opener which makes it easier to pop open some beers and start the good times. He talks with a Texan draw and shows proper manners (attributed to his mother). It rare to see him without a cowboy hat, some traditions don't die. Personality
: Clint works hard and likes to relax hard. When it is time to work he is an efficient machine with a work ethic and discipline not seen in men his age. When work is over he loves a good beer, meal and a football game. He does not like the club scene but does enjoy hitting up a local dive bar for a round of pool (Where he can hustle his fair share of good players) or a local gambling hall or casino. Clint is a "goes with the flow" type guy and is not quick to anger and get crazy but can deliver a mean punch if pushed to far. If there is a rodeo in town you better believe you will find Clint there. Other
: Straight and enjoying the hell out of life.