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Allow Me to Introduce Anthony Soos - The Eleventh Hour

A Hard Working Truckin Staffer

Apr 18, 2015
Photographers: Jeremy Cook
You may have noticed some new names here in the book. Along with a handful of regular freelancers like Grant Cox, Phil Gordon, Brian Goude, Chris Shelton, and Marcel Venable, we finally added a new staff editor to Truckin.
Anthony Soos has been in the automotive industry his whole life, although not always in trucks. For his entire existence, Anthony’s father has owned and operated a do-everything European car repair center right here in SoCal. Everything from current models in for maintenance to full restorations of vintage vehicles can be seen in the shop at any given time. Not only that, but much of the family vacation time was spent at vintage races all over California.
After several stints with the family businesses while attending college, he came out with a degree and a plan to get into the publishing business. After working in several capacities at a well-known motorcycle magazine, cutbacks forced Anthony into the world of freelancing for magazines as well as PR and advertising agencies. One thing that Anthony always had a passion for was motorcycles, and after working in the industry, he began to get into the trucks that tow them around.
One of the first things we talked about once Anthony got settled was a project that involved a truck that was purpose built to haul bikes. Not that that entails a whole lot, but a slammed truck with a bed extender and all the other provisions hidden out of the way would be pretty cool. Of course, that would be in addition to all the fun, cool, and important modifications we perform to all the trucks we get into our hands. The only question is: What truck do we start with?
Photo 2/2   |   Anthony Soos
As I often do on this page, I want to pose that question to you. Would you rather see an old truck or a newer truck project in future issues. Ford? Chevy? Dodge? Toyota? Nissan? International? An oddball truck that you rarely see in Truckin or something more common that many of you already have in your driveway? Like it always says below, I want to hear from you. Let’s see how creative (or practical) you can get!
In the meantime, keep an eye out for Anthony at the shows this summer, and if you see him, say hello, and give him your best truck show welcome. I’ll leave that open for interpretation.
Keep on Truckin’
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Please send any questions, comments, or concerns to editor@truckin.com.
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