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How old is too old for a cover?
Would you buy our mag with a classic on the cover? Posted March 27 2008 04:13 PM by DanWard-Editor

There is much heated debate going on in the office about how old is too old for a cover truck? What is your opinion?

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Opinions  | 


Truckin' 2008 #3 Classic Truck Trends
During the Off Season Posted January 16 2008 04:01 PM by Bob Ryder

Now that the '07 show season is behind me, I can take a deep breath and relax. Depending on what is in store for you this upcoming show season, it will determine how soon you can get back to bustin'...

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Filed under: Editorials, Classic Truck Trends  | 

Truckin' 2008 #3 Blessings and Beatings Column
After the Fire Posted January 16 2008 03:30 PM by DanWard-Editor

I'm sure all of you saw the news reports of fires all over Southern California this past October. The worst natural disaster in California’s history caused more than $1 billion worth of damages to what many consider to be...

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Filed under: Editorials, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Truckin' 2008 #2 Classic Truck Trends
Leave Your Ego At Home Posted December 20 2007 05:07 PM by Bob Ryder

During the custom-truck shows I attend, it never fails, a couple competitors will whine about the distribution of the awards. Sure, people have the right to be proud of their rides, but don't get your BVDs in a bunch if...

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Filed under: Editorials, Classic Truck Trends  | 

Truckin' 2008 #2 Blessings and Beatings Column
One Heck of a Year Posted December 20 2007 04:56 PM by DanWard-Editor

For those of you who take the time to read my ramblings, thank you. This year has been an amazing one, filled with adversity, excitement, and an unfortunate dilemma. Let's be real, the economy may be fine, but there are...

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2008 #1 Dan Ward Blessings and Beatings Column
True Friends Posted December 6 2007 02:08 PM by DanWard-Editor

Friends. I'm not talking about your MySpace top 100, I'm talking about the friends who have seen you through a truck build, helped you whenever and however they could, and are with you at the shows cleaning your prized...

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2008 #1 Classic Truck Trends - Bob Ryder Column
Reflections - Every Show's A Memory Posted December 6 2007 01:31 PM by Bob Ryder

One of the many great rewards for being an editor of the "World's Leading Truck Publication," Truckin', is attending custom truck shows all over the country. During the past 12 years as Senior Tech Editor, I have...

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Filed under: Editorials, Classic Truck Trends  | 

2008 #1 Revolver - Brandan Gillogly Column
1967-1972 Chevy Trucks Posted December 6 2007 01:09 PM by Brandan

I know '67-'72 Chevy trucks are popular, they have been for a long time, especially the last few years. But now that I own and am in the process of building one, seeing a Chevy at a show just isn't the same. Before, I'd...

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Filed under: Editorials, Revolver  | 

Reader Spots Future Vehicle Out Testing!
What on Earth Is That Thing? Posted October 22 2007 03:00 PM by Balboa455

Have you ever been driving down the road, minding your own business, when an odd looking grey colored vehicle goes speeding past you with body cladding and a seemingly endless array of tape trying to hide its shape? ...

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Filed under: Editorials, Observations, Trend Observations, Funny Stories, Truck News  | 

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