For the 20th year in a row, Brother’s Trucks has quietly pulled off one of the largest gatherings of Chevy and GMC trucks in one place, just about anywhere, just about ever. And they do it amongst the rolling hills and shady trees of Canyon RV Park in Anaheim, CA. This is always a great show for us here at Truckin because it gives us a great excuse to dust off our 16 year and counting Project Old School and let it have a day in the sun. This year a few of our friends decided the same thing as several friends decided to show their newly finished projects as well. Brett Oakes brought out his constantly improving Rojo Grande Square body dually to break some necks, and some eardrums with the newly constructed Rockford Fosgate system built by Gary Bell lurking in the quarter shell under that giant wing. Tom McWeeney was out of town but managed to still show “Pop’s ‘72” Chevy Longbed in all its glory. One that we’ve been watching for a while and is now finally completed is Dennis Sever’s ’47 Suburban. This blue and silver beauty is immaculate everywhere you look, even the headliner made from another roof panel. Our old friend even earned the highly sought after Best of Show award. Suburbans were big this year, as a couple of other showstoppers you’ll notice in the photos included a lifted faux-tina version as well as a laid out, cleared over patina example that was still under construction. This show has become a must attend event for anyone with an ’87 or older GM truck of any style. To keep track of next year’s event log onto brotherstrucks.com.