WAYNE, N.J. — BP Lubricants USA Inc. has announced that Jeff Fields, winner of the Big Honkin’ Truck Makeover contest, will have his 1979 Peterbilt renovated by the Chrome Shop Mafia.
“We’re very excited to have been chosen by Castrol to tackle this project,” said Bryan Martin, “Kingpin” of the Joplin, Mo.-based Chrome Shop Mafia. “We’re working with top of the line gear donated from sponsors and top of the line talent here at the shop. We’re going to make it so that Jeff Fields is the envy of every trucker on the road.”
The overhaul will begin the end of December and will be completed March 1. Field’s new Peterbilt is set to be unveiled at the 2006 Mid-America Trucking Show March 23-25.
“Castrol is very excited to have the Chrome Shop Mafia performing the truck makeover for our first contest,” said Karla Del Gallo, consumer truck brand manager for BP Lubricants USA, Inc. “The Fields’ will not only get premium products, but they will get a makeover from the infamous Chrome Shop Mafia; everyone is counting down the days to see the new and improved Peterbilt.”
Chrome Shop Mafia/4 State Trucks is also slated be the subject of “Trick My Truck,” a new series on Country Music Television where the company will makeover a new rig each week for deserving O/Os.
For more information on the Big Honkin’ Truck Makeover visit www.castrol.com/us.
For more information on Chrome Shop Mafia/4 State Trucks visit www.chromeshopmafia.com.
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