Chris Hamilton November 07, 2023 C10 Builders Guide
Street Trucks magazine has an exciting update on the Sergeant Square charity project! The restoration of the 1985 Chevy Squarebody pickup truck is well underway, and we have some thrilling additions to share. Thanks to a partnership with Scoggin Dickey Motorsports, we will be installing its new 6.2-liter Chevy Connect and Cruise engine and transmission package, taking the truck’s performance to the next level.
In addition to the powertrain upgrade, we have collaborated with Salvage to Savage to further enhance the truck’s customization. The crew there will be assembling the bed and welding up a custom bed floor, adding a unique touch to the Sergeant Square build.
This charity project aims to raise funds for Mission 22, an organization dedicated to combatting veteran suicide. The profits generated from the sale of the completed truck will be donated to this noble cause. To ensure maximum impact, Street Trucks plans to unveil the fully restored Sergeant Square at SEMA 2023, providing an exclusive first look to an enthusiastic audience.
Since our last update, significant progress has been made on the project. We have acquired a brand-new chassis from All American Chassis and sourced various parts from LMC Truck. The front and rear suspension have been assembled with components from QA1 Suspension. The selection of wheels and engine, particularly the Scoggin Dickey Motorsports 6.2-liter Chevy Connect and Cruise package, guarantees that the Sergeant Square will be the ultimate Squarebody stud.
To stay up-to-date with the latest developments on the Sergeant Square project, visit SergeantSquare.com. For those interested in learning more about Mission 22 and its vital mission, please visit its official website at Mission22.com. This extraordinary initiative combines automotive design excellence with charitable giving, making a significant impact in the fight against veteran suicide.
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