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Jason says ” Trick My Ride Trent”

Jason says ” Trick My Ride Trent”

Luke Bryan gifted Jason Aldean with a fully restored ’76 Bronco after the two of them performed at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia back in April.  While the truck looked great, Jason wanted to kick it up a notch, so he turned it over to his friend Trent Cawthon at Rocky Ridge Trucks to trick it out a little more.  He tweeted yesterday, “Finally got my ride back!!! Thanx to @LukeBryanOnline for the gift and @CTRENTC34 for pimpin it out.”  The truck got a fresh red paint job, a lift kit and new upholstery on the seats featuring red Ace of spades with Jason’s initials, JA, embroidered in them.

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