Masters European and Japanese Auto Repair is family owned and operated by Keith Terstegge.
Keith took over the business from his father, Jim, who ran it for 40 years. All four of Jim’s sons have worked at Masters in some capacity making it a true local family business. Keith, a true car nut, started working at the shop after school at age 9. After graduating from University of Alaska with a degree in Economics, Keith began working at Masters full-time and has been here ever since. Keith is passing along his love of cars to his children, nieces, and nephews.
The building dates back to 1928 and since then has only served as a vehicle repair garage. Prior to the Golden Gate bridge being built, local traffic would back up on Camino Alto in front of this building as cars jockeyed for a spot on the local ferry boat into San Francisco.