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  • Episode 72 of The Truck Show Podcast: The Daytona Truck Meet

Episode 72 of The Truck Show Podcast: The Daytona Truck Meet

Jul 15, 2019

The Truck Show Podcast Presented by Nissan in association with DECKED...

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...is a fun, irreverent, and edgy look at today's world of custom and factory trucks, hosted by automotive journalist Sean Holman and veteran Los Angeles radio personality Jay "Lightning" Tilles. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the latest episode of The Truck Show Podcast.

On This Week's Show:

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The Daytona Truck Meet is one of the auto world's must-see truck events, and in episode 72, Lightning and Holman are there in Florida to experience it firsthand! Lifted and slammed trucks, height-morphing rigs, burnout contests—the guys got to see it all and lived to tell the tale.

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