Around here we see all sorts of vehicles capable of turning heads, from showroom-shiny to rat-rod realism. No matter the project style, there’s a builder behind the scenes who carried the concept from start to finish while leaving his or her mark on the end result.
Trucks that do truck things
One such builder is Randall Robertson of Rtech Fabrications, who has been honing his craft since he was 17.
Robertson specializes in 1967-1972 GM trucks, and his motto is, “We Build Trucks to Do Truck Things.”
It’s a satisfying position to take when so much time, effort and passion are poured into each build. These builds are not only aesthetically pleasing, but capable of hauling, towing and working the way a good truck should. Keeping in line with his performance-minded process, he uses AMSOIL under the hood to ensure a solid-running build for years to come.
Robertson’s talent has taken him from hobby to full-time status, and his work speaks for itself. His builds have won awards, landed magazine covers and features. He’s also secured real-estate in high-profile shows including SEMA.
We caught up with him for our 2019 Company of Enthusiasts campaign, where we learned how he came to be a dream-maker for those in search of a custom truck built to do truck things. Check out his story in the video below.