By Denise DePaolo

Caitlin and Buck Lindberg took a leap of faith when they bought their Rapid City home. The 1955 structure had previously sheltered a virtual menagerie, thanks to the animal-loving previous owner, with the scars to prove it. What they saw was mid-century modern house with few contemporary features, but unlimited potential. The home the couple shares today with their two young daughters is a testament to that vision.

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In front of the garage sits Buck’s matte black hot rod, bearing the logo of his business, Buck Naked’s Chop Shop. Specializing in custom upholstery and hot rods, it operates out of Vinyl Pro of the Black Hills, which Caitlin runs with several members of her family.

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Buck’s handiness doesn’t stop in the driveway. In the seven years since the Lindberg’s moved in, he has given the house a near-complete overhaul.

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To read the full article, pick up the January issue of 605 Magazine or click here. 

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