When home town girl Shannon Tweed, and rock star legend Gene Simmons throw their weight behind a project, you best sit up and pay attention.  So, when this super duo got behind the Snakebit F100 project, a creation of local builders, intended to be auctioned at Barrett Jackson to raise funds for the Children’s Hospital being built in Saskatoon, great success was expected, and to be no great surprise.  However, when the amazing truck crossed the block approaching a half million dollars, it exceeded expectations.  Completely unexpected was that this locally build vehicle, would be auctioned in the USA, only to be purchased by not only a Canadian, but a Saskatchewanian, and brought back to its new home in Prince Albert, only a short drive from Saskatoon.  Being this close to home, it was only natural that it would make its debut at this remarkable home grown event that also supports a worth while charity, ‘Camp Easter seal’ with all funds raised.  So, here for those not fortunate enough to view the truck first hand is, SNAKEBIT..

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