In January's issue we introduced you to H&H Trailer's '68 Chevy C10 pickup. We told you that Fesler Productions was building the truck for H&H Trailer to giveaway to one of its dealers at the company's open house in October of 2005. Now, some of you may not have taken what we said very seriously, so let us repeat-this truck will be given away to some lucky H&H Trailer dealer.

With a contest and giveaway this impressive, the true colors of our truck were revealed in a short period of time. By true colors we mean graphic colors. In this issue, we'll take you through the high-chroma and brilliant House of Kolor Blue and White two-toned paint scheme applied by Campus Body Salon in Tempe, Arizona.

We'll also add more accessories, including a steel roll pan and a hide-a-hitch by Chassis Tech in addition to new body parts from Goodmark Industries. Those of you who may have envisioned your truck as a custom ride should pay close attention to the process.

However, the fun doesn't end with the paint scheme. We have several more items scheduled, including upgrading the interior. Shortly we'll inspire your need for speed with the installation of a 4.8L General Motors V-8 engine and transmission complete with a Magnuson top-mount supercharger. To find out more about H&H Trailer and its 2005 giveaway program, visit the company's Web site at

Owner: H&H Trailer
222 N. 1st St.
IA  51632
Product used: House of Kolor
210 Crosby St.
MS  39466
Builder: Fesler Productions
10645 N. Tatum Blvd.
AZ  85028
Goodmark Industries
625-E Old Norcross Rd.
GA  30045
Body Work Done By: UCA Classics and Customs
1720 W. Elliot Rd., Ste. 103
AZ  85233
Chassic Tech
260 S. Hibbert
AZ  85210
Painted at: Campus Body Salon
1139 E. Curry Rd., Ste. 21
AZ  85281