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Why is the Dakota missing in the custom scene?
Dodge Dakota—Diamond in the Rough? Posted January 26 2010 06:48 PM by DanWard-Editor

When I say Dakota, do you think of a custom truck or do you think ugly duckling of the truck world?

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Trend Observations, Dodge, Blessings and Beatings  | 


Tell us your opinion
Alternate issue 3 cover Posted January 21 2010 09:22 PM by DanWard-Editor

Check out this original version of the issue 3 cover. What do you think?

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Trend Observations, Funny Stories, Ford, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Kolor Me Kustom
'09 Dodge Gets Kolor Posted November 2 2009 02:15 PM by Bob Ryder

We have been in the process of creating a project vehicle for this year's "09 SEMA Show an '09 Dodge Ram Crew Cab Hemi. The entire staff has been taking part covering separate tech articles contributing to its...

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Filed under: Editorials, Observations, Opinions, Tech Tips, Trend Observations, Truckin' Etiquette, Dodge, Classic Truck Trends  | 

'61 Ford F100 Unibody
Ironworks Farm Find Posted June 3 2009 02:55 PM by Bob Ryder

The odd-ball early model pickup trucks, better known as the ugly years, are gaining popularity in the custom truck scene. It dosn't matter if its a Ford Chevy or Dodge. The odd-ball years are becoming more popular...

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Filed under: Editorials, Observations, Opinions, Opinions, Funny Stories, Truck News , Ford, Classic Truck Trends  | 

Not a driveway for 'bagged trucks
Throwing sparks just parking Posted May 19 2009 02:26 PM by DanWard-Editor

A friend of mine back in Georgia sent this to me. Looks like these contractors only drive lifted trucks, because my 'bagged truck would never make it into the garage.

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Funny Stories, Cadillac, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Goin' Back
Ol' Alma Mater Gets Facelift Posted April 25 2009 06:19 PM by Bob Ryder

Remembering your old high school years can be good or bad. I hope those years were filled with some of the best times of your life. For some of you high school graduation might have been just last year. But for old guys...

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Opinions, Funny Stories, Truck News , Classic Truck Trends  | 

Full Throttle=Two Blown Chevys
Issue 6: Life in the Fast Lane Posted April 17 2009 09:46 AM by DanWard-Editor

Do you like going fast? Do you like learning more about your truck? Don't miss issue 6, on sale now.

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Filed under: Editorials, Opinions, Opinions, Tech Tips, Trend Observations, Truck News , Chevy, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Speedster wheel for any truck
Raceline Wheels New Finishes Posted April 9 2009 01:32 PM by DanWard-Editor

Raceline's Speedster wheel combines the timeless appeal of a classic five-spoke wheel with the strength and performance of a billet wheel. Now, new available finishes make this wheel the perfect upgrade.

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Filed under: Opinions, Opinions, Opinions, Cadillac, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Big Wheels Keep Spinin'
How Big Is To Big Posted April 2 2009 01:41 PM by Bob Ryder

When will BIG be enough?

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Trend Observations, Funny Stories, Classic Truck Trends  | 

Whats Up With The DONK
The BIG SPIN Posted April 2 2009 01:12 PM by Bob Ryder

Truckin' Magazine has the best variety of theTruck World we cover mini's, lifted, lowered, bagged, late models, early models and race trucks. We have recently scene vans of the past resurface.

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Trend Observations, Funny Stories, Truck News , Classic Truck Trends  | 

Searching for a new project
$5,000 burning a hole in my pocket Posted March 31 2009 07:37 PM by DanWard-Editor

Thanks to Uncle Sam, I have about $5K burning a hole in my pocket and I'm itching for a new project truck. Any suggestions?

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Chevy, Blessings and Beatings  | 

They Never VANished
VANS, VANS, VANS!!! Posted March 9 2009 02:07 PM by Bob Ryder

To some folks, Vans are a pair of sufer shoes. To others, they are a lifestyle vehicle, that no father wanted to see their daughter either get into, or get out of. Believe it or not, the van culture still has a...

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Filed under: Editorials, Upcoming Features, Opinions, Trend Observations, Funny Stories, Truck News , Classic Truck Trends  | 

Pick which VAN is in the mag
VANNERS This is for you! Posted March 7 2009 08:22 AM by DanWard-Editor

For the first time ever, we're providing the Truckin' community with the ability to choose what VAN gets featured in the magazine. Vote now!

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Dodge, Blessings and Beatings  | 

What are you "building"?
Talk is cheap, trucks are not Posted March 2 2009 04:51 PM by DanWard-Editor

Sitting on a shop stool and shooting the bull, it's easy to bench race and "build" the perfect truck. More trucks get started and never finished, and then there's the trucks that never even see a wrench...

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Filed under: Editorials, Observations, Opinions, Chevy, Blessings and Beatings  | 

'50 Sub Gets Framed
Under It All Posted February 27 2009 02:46 PM by Bob Ryder

The strength of any object is it's foundation or base. The same goes for trucks. A truck's strength is created from its frame. The truck's cab, fenders, bed, engine, transmission, radiator, suspension, and steering...

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Tech Tips, Trend Observations, Truckin' Etiquette, Truck News , Chevy, Classic Truck Trends  | 

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