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Editor, Truckin 275 Articles

Jeremy Cook was born into a family of drag racers so he can truly say going fast and looking good doing it is in his blood. From day one Jeremy was out in the shop with Dad wrenching and getting dirty, or taking apart his toys to make them work better. By high school, he had amassed a nice collection of perpetually “under-construction” vehicles that included a ’71 Chevy K5, a ’68 Camaro convertible, and a ’55 VW oval, thereby achieving his goal of having one of the biggest, fastest, and lowest rides in the neighborhood. Having met a few magazine guys at shows and friends’ shops, it always stuck in Jeremy’s head that it might be a fun career path. During college, he spent all of his free time in the southwestern desert helping to campaign a class 7 Toyota in the SCORE series. After graduating Cal State Long Beach right about the time when the dot.commers were all jumping out of windows, he gave it a shot and ended up working for Truckin magazine. He went on to work for a handful of different truck magazines over the years and has shot covers for many more. He’s currently come full circle and is the Editor in Chief at Truckin Magazine. For fun, Jeremy builds custom vehicles that range anywhere from custom trucks to airbagged Cadillacs to old Schwinn bikes and runs a yearly bicycle poker run for charity, or just hangs out on the Southern California Beach.

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How to Tune-Up a Small-Block Chevy, Part One
Read More on This 1964 “GMC” Installing a Custom Glory Grille in Our 1964 “GMC” Installing Cragars and Skinny Whitewalls on our 1964 “GMC” If you’ve been following along, you’ve seen that during our recent “downtime” we’ve taken the opportunity to get our 1964 “GMC” back on the road. To be fair, it has quite
Jeremy CookJun 4, 2020
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Installing a Tailgate Handle Flip Kit with Engle Bros. Fab.
Check Out These Other Great Stories! 6 Things We Did Before Hitting the Smog Station SnugTop Lid Adds Form & Function to Any Truck Bed Engle Bros. Fab welds in a smooth roll pan from Grant Fab Things are heating up fast with our recently acquired 1995 Chevy C1500. The project began as a pretty
Jeremy CookMay 28, 2020
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Engle Bros. Fab welds in a smooth roll pan from Grant Fab
We’re finally making some moves on our recently acquired 1995 Chevy C1500. If you recall, we picked up a pretty worn out standard cab short bed, and so far, we’ve only done what was necessary to get it back on the road. Then we added a smooth lid from Snug Top, which instantly improved the
Jeremy CookMay 26, 2020
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Can Truckin Make a Toyota Highlander Cool? The Final Chapter!
Read More on This Toyota Highlander Project! Day 1 Day 2 We finally made it. After weeks of planning and three days of hard work, we’re bringing you the final chapter and big reveal of our quarantine experiment. Could we take this bone-stock, low-mileage 2001 Toyota Highlander 3.0L V-6 4WD and quickly and cheaply build
Jeremy CookMay 25, 2020
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Can Truckin Make a Toyota Highlander Cool? Day Two!
Check Out Day One of This Toyota Highlander Build! If you’ve been following along, you know that we may have been going a little stir crazy here at home and decided to scribble a little outside the Truckin lines and see if we could take an ordinary egg-shaped crossover SUV and make it cool. In
Jeremy CookMay 21, 2020
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1500 Classic Vehicles Descend on Huntington Beach for 4th Quarantine Cruise
Like we said two weeks ago: If you post it, they will come! Especially when we’re all under stay-at home-orders and have no real plans to speak of.  That’s what our friend and MotorTrend Tech Center manager Jason Scudellari was thinking, too. He got together with @hektattoo, @ken, and @keystoneautomotiveoperations, who all just thought it
Jeremy CookMay 20, 2020
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Can Truckin Make a Toyota Highlander Cool?
While staying at home, most of us have projects in the garage or driveway, and for some of us, there might actually be some time to work on it. But for a lot of us, having the excess cash lying around to take the next step just might not be an option right now. Depending
Jeremy CookMay 18, 2020
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Hennessey Goliath 700 Released, Drag Races a Stock 6.2L Silverado
The Hennessey Performance Team, known for some of the most powerful trucks on four (and sometimes six) wheels, has released an insanely fast truck, dubbed the GOLIATH 700. The top feature is a supercharged and tuned upgrade, and it’s now in production for all 2020 GMC Sierras and Chevrolet Silverados with the 6.2L V-8 in
Jeremy CookMay 15, 2020
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Installing Anzo USA Headlights and Taillights on Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150
More on This Ford F-150 Project! Carhartt Seat Covers Enhance the Interior of Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150 Adding a BedRug Bedliner to Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150 Installing ADD Steps and Raptor-esque Trim on Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150 Installing a 3.5-inch Readylift kit on a ’09-’14 Ford F-150 We’re wrapping up our latest Truckin project, this
Jeremy CookMay 13, 2020
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Installing Cragars and Skinny Whitewalls on our 1964 “GMC”
Since we’re still stuck at home, we’re forging on with our ’64 “GMC.” We began in the last installment by installing a custom-built tube grille insert from Glory Grilles, and if you want a short history of the truck, be sure to check out that story. The second part of the first phase of our
Jeremy CookMay 11, 2020
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Installing a Custom Glory Grille in Our 1964 “GMC”
Being isolated at home does weird things to people. Staring at our various abandoned projects has really got us thinking about our priorities lately. All of the unfinished plans on the house, garage, and yard; and most notably, a couple half-built C10s covered up in the driveway. Since we had to cancel plans for any
Jeremy CookMay 8, 2020
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Carhartt Seat Covers Enhance the Interior of Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150
More on This Ford F-150 Project! Adding a BedRug Bedliner to Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150 Installing ADD Steps and Raptor-esque Trim on Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150 Installing a 3.5-inch Readylift kit on a ’09-’14 Ford F-150 If you’ve been following along with the latest Truckin project, this 2010 Ford F-150 SuperCrew XLT, you know that
Jeremy CookMay 6, 2020
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Hundreds of Classic Vehicles Converge on Huntington Beach
If you post it, they will come. At least that’s the case when the world is staying at home and drivers are just itching to hop in their custom ride and go for a cruise. That’s what our friend—and Week to Wicked host Jason Scudellari—was thinking, too. A Huntington Beach resident, Jason thought it would
Jeremy CookMay 6, 2020
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Adding a BedRug Bedliner to Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150
Read More on this Ford F-150 Project! Installing a 3.5-inch Readylift kit on a ’09-’14 Ford F-150 Installing ADD Steps and Raptor-esque Trim on Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150 At this point we’re knee deep in the latest Truckin project, this 2010 Ford F-150 SuperCrew XLT. It was pretty well used but definitely not beat up. We
Jeremy CookMay 4, 2020
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Installing ADD Steps and Raptor-esque Trim on Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150
More on This Ford F-150 Project! Installing a 3.5-inch Readylift kit on a ’09-’14 Ford F-150 Recently we introduced the latest Truckin project, this 2010 Ford F-150 SuperCrew XLT. It was well used but still in relatively good shape. In other words, it was a perfect candidate for a series of upgrades that would make
Jeremy CookApr 30, 2020
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