Build It, Show It, Sell It… for Charity!

Our All American chassis has arrived! If you don’t know about Sergeant Square, let’s catch up on this charity build for Mission 22. This 1985 Chevy C10 pickup truck will be fully restored to, what we feel, is the most desirable Chevy squarebody on the road. Once the truck is complete, we will take it to SEMA 2023 and auction it off at a Barrett Jackson-style auction in 2024.

Thanks to All American Chassis, we now have a completely new frame for this truck that has been pre-engineered for a coilover-style suspension setup. We are incredibly excited to start assembling this truck with all the products from our partners we have assembled for this great cause. If you’ve never laid your eyes on a fresh and clean custom-built frame from an American made company like All American Chassis, we promise you it’s jaw-dropping cool.

With the cab completely stripped and the bolts successfully removed, Dave used the forklift to raise the cab off of the original frame.

Speaking of cool new stuff, check out the latest companies that recently partnered with us on this charity build. Hot Rod Fuel Hose is a powerhouse of PTFE-lined hose and fittings for performance. HRFH offers the parts you need for LS swaps, EFI conversions, and complete fuel systems. We also are thrilled to be working with New Vintage USA for some of the most unique gauges we have ever installed. Whether you are building an old-school hot rod, muscle car, Pro Touring machine, truck, Jeep, or off-road vehicle, NVU has a style and kit to fit the theme of your build. Ok Enough with the preview. Let’s get to the good stuff!

It’s a good thing we don’t need to use that frame because it looks pretty rough. We are really lucky the cab doesn’t have any rust holes after sitting on this frame

Perfect timing! The new frame just arrived, and Dave already had the forklift out. Let’s get this metal out and inspected.

This photo shows how long these chassis are. If you didn’t have a forklift, you would need about six strong-able bodies to move this thing.

Watch the video of receiving the chassis and see how impressive this frame really is!