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  • robert_dinero_here robert_dinero_here Apr 23, 2014 3:40 PM Flag


    What is sadder than a brand new GM pickup being abandoned on the side of the road by a car dealer or a new owner? GM Square Wheel Well Rescue is one of the few rescues who will never turn a new GM pickup away just because of its unsightly appearance.

    With your help we save unwanted GM pickups....thanks to your generosity, GM SWWR has been able restore self-confidence to thousands of ugly GM trucks.

    At GM SWWR, we work with caring body repair shops to provide otherwise deformed trucks with emergency restorative bodywork. Our services include:
    •Wheel well rounding
    •Grille covering or replacement
    •Chevrolet Bowtie logo removal

    Our body shop partners give us significant discounts, because they believe in our mission -- that is, saving unwanted GM pickups from the crusher, and finding them forever owners! Our administrative costs are next to nothing, and our volunteers are here because they care -- just like you!

    Here's how you can help:
    •Sponsor a fender skirt for a deserving truck
    •Make a one time in-kind donation of things any GM pickup needs, such as canvas to cover an ugly front grille, larger wheels, etc.
    •Purchase any size SWWR fuel card and our SWWR corporate partners will donate 1 oil change to GM Square Wheel Well Rescue for every card purchased

    GM Square Wheel Well Rescue is a 501(c)(3) corporation. The only way we can continue to operate and continue to save so many unwanted pickups from the shredder is through the generous support of kind people like you!
    This has been a public service announcement.

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