The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow‘s 2001 GMC tractor-trailer it uses on the West Coast was stolen sometime between Saturday, July 11 and Monday morning, July 13.
The theft occurred from the storage location in San Jacinto, California, according to a press release. It carries Illinois license plate P834651.
“If you hear of anyone trying to return or sell any Edelbrock carbs, manifolds, heads, air cleaners or MSD ignitions or Hedman Hedders, engine stands or anything automotive, you should make sure they are not stolen,” organizers warned the performance aftermarket community. “We have filed a police report if anyone needs this information. Thank you in advance for your help and attention.”
Anyone with information on the trailer’s whereabouts can contact Jim or Rodney Bingham at (815) 722-5460.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge is a nationwide effort that allows local high school teams to compete in engine-building competitions. Sponsored by many notable aftermarket suppliers and parts manufacturers, the top teams are then invited to major trade shows for yearly finals.