Matt Hughes got himself a brand new Custom Made 1966 Chevy C10.
Truckin' Magazine has an article about it.
In a random turn of events, nine-time UFC champion Matt Hughes ran into Dave Timm and Brian Walker, owners of 2 Brothers Custom Trucks at the SEMA show in 2007. After a short conversation, 2 Brothers mentioned building a truck for the ultimate fighter and instantly a bond was made. After returning home and getting the funds worked out, the guys at 2 Brothers located two donor trucks-yes, two trucks-and began a three month journey, resulting in an eye-catching classic that keeps you guessing.
It took three months to build a truck literally from the ground up. Both brothers, Dave and Brian, extend a huge thank you to their families for the continued support. At the unveiling in Springfield, you couldn't beat the smile off Matt's face. (Not that you could get a swing in anyway, but you get the picture.) If you're cruising in the heartland and see a country boy in a sweet '66 Chevy, go ahead and give him the thumbs up.
The article itself gives more photos and a lot of more specific details about how the truck was made, if you are into that kind of thing.
Newsworthy? Probably not. Interesting? Maybe to some.