Street Trucks magazine has an exciting announcement to make! In a philanthropic partnership with Mission 22, we’re embarking on a one-of-a-kind charity project to raise funds for this remarkable non-profit organization. Rather than create a military-themed truck or gifting a vehicle to a deserving service member, we have enlisted the expertise of a top truck designer to fashion the most desirable Chevy Squarebody on the planet—Sergeant Square.
The 1985 Chevy Squarebody pickup truck will be restored to award-winning standards using an extensive network of automotive parts manufacturers and supporters. The profits generated from the sale of the truck will be donated to Mission 22, a charity that aims to raise awareness about veteran suicide. To maximize the impact of the charity initiative, Street Trucks will unveil the completed truck at SEMA 2023, providing a complete reveal to an enthusiastic audience.
…the initiative promises to be a remarkable success, raising funds for a worthy cause while showcasing the very best in automotive design.
Street Trucks has already made significant strides in the project by sourcing a brand-new chassis, ordering parts from LMC truck, and assembling a front suspension from QA1 suspensions. The team has also selected the wheels and engine to create the ultimate Squarebody stud. For more updates on the project, you can visit www.sergeantsquare.com. Additionally, for those who wish to know more about the Mission 22 charity, visit their website at www.mission22.com. Overall, the initiative promises to be a remarkable success, raising funds for a worthy cause while showcasing the very best in automotive design.
The 1985 Chevy Squarebody pickup truck will be restored to award-winning standards using an extensive network of automotive parts manufacturers and supporters.