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Starting at a young age
Next Generation of Customizers Posted February 25 2009 07:49 PM by DanWard-Editor

Walking up and down the rows of any show, seeing kids helping clean or just hanging out is a common sight. Keeping the spirit of custom trucks and cars alive and well in the next generation is vital, especially in this...

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Dodge, Blessings and Beatings  | 


Ever seen a backwards scoop?
Trick Engine Scoop Setup Posted February 25 2009 07:34 PM by DanWard-Editor

I had never seen a scoop mounted backwards on an engine besides on a four letter curse word that rhymes with goat. Check out this unique way for tricked-out induction.

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

Which Ford should I choose?
I need an engine! Posted December 30 2008 09:31 AM by DanWard-Editor

I'm getting close to starting the frame on my '63 F-100 Unibody and I need an engine. Whereas a Chevy LS would be cheaper, I refuse to do it and I'm holding fast to putting a Ford in a Ford. But I need some help.

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Filed under: Editorials, Opinions, Opinions, Ford, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Scion 30MPG and a bed
Will Scion build a truck? Posted December 30 2008 09:01 AM by DanWard-Editor

Debuted at SEMA this year, Scion unveiled a customized xP truck concept. The tiny utility bed would add some versatility to the small unibody truck and high-mileage would still be the name of the game. But would anyone care?

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Filed under: Editorials, Observations, Opinions, Trend Observations, Truck News , Toyota, Blessings and Beatings  | 

This is the time of the season
Merry Christmas Posted December 24 2008 01:43 PM by Bob Ryder

I would like to wish all of our Truckin' readers a Merry Chirstmas and a Happy New Year! Remember Old Guys Rule Ho, Ho, Ho! Bob Ryder

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'09 Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction
Coppertone Goes On The Block Posted December 18 2008 02:17 PM by Bob Ryder

Besides being one of the leading manufactures of Performance Products, CGS has also become one of the leading creators of many SEMA Show vehicles over the years. CGS has built a number of custom trucks and SUV's for the...

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Opinions, Funny Stories, Ford, Classic Truck Trends  | 

Its All About Being Thankful
Happy Thanksgiving Posted November 26 2008 12:50 PM by Bob Ryder

This time of year is All About Being Thankful For What We Have, while thinking about those who don't.

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Pro Mod Trucks
Fast Company Posted September 24 2008 08:34 PM by Bob Ryder

There is nothing like the sight of a Pro Mod drag truck rolling into the burnout box then the thunderous sound as the driver hammers the throttle instantly smoking the tires into an 1/8-mile burnout. After the lengthly...

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Opinions, Truckin' Etiquette, Truck News , Classic Truck Trends  | 

ASA Speed Trucks
So You Want To Go Racin' Posted September 15 2008 11:57 AM by Bob Ryder

Instead of sitting in the bleachers on race night, why not sit behind the wheel of a real race truck.

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Tech Tips, Opinions, Truckin' Etiquette, Truck News , Classic Truck Trends  | 

Black Gold
Major League Posted September 12 2008 04:51 PM by Bob Ryder

If you are going to build a custom truck, you want to build it to the best of your ability, or have someone build it to their professional capibilities.

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Filed under: Opinions, About Features/Should-Be Features, Opinions, Opinions, Funny Stories, Chevy, Classic Truck Trends  | 

Boys Will Be Boys
Young Speed Posted September 9 2008 07:10 PM by Bob Ryder

During my life's journey, I have gone many places and done many things. But the three most important things I have done is marry my wife Cathey of 34 years, and partner-up raising our two wonderful son's Zac and Casey. We...

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Ford F150
Tire smoke cologne Posted September 9 2008 02:53 PM by DanWard-Editor

Bottle it up and take it home: the smell of horsepower!

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Filed under: Opinions, Opinions, Opinions, Funny Stories, Ford, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Lamborghini
So little time, so many Lambos Posted September 8 2008 03:15 PM by DanWard-Editor

As I looked into my 5 acre garage over the weekend, there were so many choices to make. I stuck with the Lambos-

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

Yesterdays Iron Todays Rats
Oh Rats! Posted September 5 2008 02:35 PM by Bob Ryder

A few years back, I noticed a new rod scene as old rusty decayed carcasses, were being drug out of barns, sheids, discovered under decades of underbrush, and open fields. An old truck trend was born "Rat Rods".

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'40 Ford Pickup '37 Ford Deliver
Two Kool Posted September 4 2008 02:02 PM by Bob Ryder

I was home for this past Labor Day weekend to spend time with my wife and two sons. But my wife had some things to do on Saturday, and we were going out to dinner with our sons Zac and his wife Cody, and Casey and his...

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Filed under: Opinions, Upcoming Features, Opinions, Opinions, Truckin' Etiquette, Truck News , Classic Truck Trends  | 

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