RTM, a Raycom Media Company and producers of the PowerNation automotive television program, announced its Gabriel HiJackers 50th Anniversary El Camino sweepstakes today. Built by Jeremy and LT in the Truck Tech shop, one lucky winner will receive a custom 1967 El Camino!

“This is an exciting partnership with Gabriel and a great build for our Truck Tech shop,” says RTM President Matthew Hawkins. “We are always happy to have the opportunity to do a giveaway and reward the viewers that make PowerNation the #1 show in automotive how-to.”

“This is going to be a completely custom retro El Camino built by the Truck Tech guys that you can’t get anywhere else,” says Jonathan Gore, Director of Marketing at Gabriel. “This is a great opportunity to partner with PowerNation and get involved with their viewers through a giveaway truck.”

The El Camino will feature a 6-liter LS that rides on HiJacker shocks by Gabriel. The El Camino is a complete custom build and there won’t be another one like it since it will come straight from the work done in the Truck Tech shop in to the hands of the winner.

Jeremy Bumpus and Lawrence “LT” Tolman, co-hosts of PowerNation TV’s Truck Tech, shows viewers how to restore, modify, customize and paint classic and late model 2- and 4-wheel drive pickups, sport trucks, and SUVs. To see the official rules and to enter for a chance to win, viewers should visit www.gabriel.com or www.powernationtv.com. For more information regarding air dates and times, visit www.powernationtv.com.


Based in Franklin, Tenn., RTM is a full-service television marketing and media company specializing in automotive tech content. RTM currently airs four auto shows in a two-hour block under its PowerNation title including Xtreme Off Road, Engine Power, Truck Tech and Detroit Muscle. PowerNation blocks are distributed on Spike TV, NBCSN and CBSSN as well as online at PowerNationTV.com and the PowerNationTV app. RTM operates a state-of-the-art 50,000 sq. ft. multi-media production tech center in Franklin. For more information, visit www.rtmtv.com. RTM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Raycom Media. For more information, visit www.raycommedia.com.

In 1907, Gabriel® invented the original automotive shock absorber – followed by the first hydraulic shock absorber, the first adjustable shock absorber and the first air adjustable shock absorber. As transportation and industrialization expanded throughout the 20th century, so did Gabriel. For more information visit www.gabriel.com