Word on the street
Street Trucks|August 2020
Word on the street
The Latest News, Rumors and Changes in the Truck World
MIKE SELF

HILL’S HOT RODS GETTIN’ DOWN ON A C30

THE guys at Hill’s Hot Rods just can’t seem to help to build beautiful square-bodies. One of their latest will be this ’76 C30 owned by Chance Gesch, which has been named #GoldDigger. This rendering by “Pinstripe Chris” Dunlop gives us a sneak peek into what the dually will look like in its shaved body and PPG Gold and Cream goodness. The truck is being built with all LMC Truck restoration bits, a monster fuel-injected 632-CID BluePrint big block, GC Cooling drop-in radiator/fan combo, and 24-inch American Force Quake wheels with Nexen N’Fera tires.

The down-low stance will come courtesy of a Porterbuilt front drop member and a RideTech four-link setup, with the latest air management system from Switch Suspension. The interior will be fully reworked by JD Glassworks and will sport a new audio system, electronics, and upholstery, along with Snowden custom seats and Classic Instruments gauges.

We’ll keep an eye on Chance’s truck as it progresses and will hopefully get the chance to see more of it soon!

GM DESIGNATES $10 MILLION TO PROMOTE INCLUSION AND RACIAL JUSTICE

GENERAL Motors announced today it has designated $10 million to support organizations that promote inclusion and racial justice. An initial $1 million will go to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

Recipients of additional funding will be determined with input from GM’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and the recently announced GM Inclusion Advisory Board (IAB). GM’s IAB will consist of leaders from inside and outside the company, with the goal of making GM the most inclusive company in the world. GM Chairman and CEO Mary Barra will chair the IAB.

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August 2020