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How It’s Built: GMC’s CarbonPro Truck Bed
A pickup truck bed is the last place many people expect to find cool engineering and high-tech hardware. Hey, it’s rectangular and you toss all sorts of tools and gear inside it, case closed. Except GMC is throwing a wrench in the works and attempting to change truck buyers’ perceptions when it comes to truck
Nick KurczewskiMay 21, 2019

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First Drive: Honda Rugged Open Air Vehicle (ROAV) Concept
We expected the Honda Rugged Open Air Vehicle (ROAV) concept to shake, fold and reform its red and black panels into a human-shaped robot then stomp off to fight crime. It would be a good guy, we think. After all, it’s Honda, known for safety and radio commercials about community service. While it turns out
Elana ScherrMay 21, 2019
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Particulate Matters: Center Stage
There’s a lot happening right now! Busy times, for sure. I’m running the road like a mad man (i.e. traveling and pursuing all things diesel, of course), and, as I write this, I’m coming down from an awesome experience I had that until one week before Ultimate Callout Challenge 2019 wasn’t anywhere close to being
K.J. JonesMay 20, 2019
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1932 Willys Transformed Into An Aviation Tanker
The early 20th century brought us many things that boomed around the same time. Though automobiles and planes were around decades before, it took time for these engineering marvels to gain popularity. Henry Ford’s production line lowered the cost of his cars, which made them more affordable for the general population. On the aviation side,
Kevin AguilarMay 20, 2019
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Long-Term Test: 2018 Land Rover Discovery HSE Luxury—Third Report
It reminded us of a schoolyard fight—the two biggest kids on the playground stubbornly standing toe-to-toe, wildly pummeling each other with haymakers, neither willing to concede defeat. That was our second long-term report on our 2018 Land Rover Discovery HSE Luxury. A slew of mechanical and electrical problems left us bleeding from the proverbial nose,
Christian HazelMay 17, 2019
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An Autocross Ready Diesel-Powered 1964 Volvo Amazon
Right now, you might be wondering why a classic European car is gracing the pages of this truck-focused magazine and who would even build a car that’s as obscure as Marc Terrien’s ’64 Volvo Amazon. Well, first, it is diesel-powered, which makes it unique. Second, Marc’s company, Heritage Driven, actually specializes in projects like this.
Kevin AguilarMay 16, 2019
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Truck Trend Legends: The American Automobile Association
We’ve all been there at some point. Waiting at the side of the road, probably in the rain, in the dark, and it’s cold. Then the lights of the tow truck come into view and it feels like the nightmare will soon be over. The American Automobile Association (AAA, pronounced Triple-A) is so much a
Colin RyanMay 15, 2019
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Truck Trend Pre-Owned: 2013 to 2017 Nissan Pathfinder
The Nissan Pathfinder is a midsize crossover with three rows of seating. That puts it in competition with such daunting rivals as the Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer, and Toyota Highlander. Finding the path to an ideal pre-owned Pathfinder takes some careful navigation. Before getting into that, though, let’s see what it has to offer. We’re
Colin RyanMay 15, 2019
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Detonation: This Beautiful Country
As I stroll the streets of Moab, Utah, during the annual Easter Jeep Safari, I can’t help being in awe of the surrounding landscape. The pronounced ancient rock formations, mesas, waterways, and snowcapped mountains that serve as a backdrop truly make this place a beautiful destination. Being in Moab makes me think about the different
John LehenbauerMay 14, 2019
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2019 Chevy Silverado - The Dark Knight
We’ve all looked back at an important moment in life when a freshly built truck captured our attention. For Ryan Kidd, it was five years ago, when he saw a ’14 Chevy Silverado named Blood Lust built by Jake McKiddie. This truck was the first ’14 to be bagged and body dropped for a coveted
Grant CoxMay 14, 2019
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Time Warp: 2018 GMC Denali 3500HD
A time warp, by definition, is a hypothetical discontinuity in the flow of time that would move events from one time period to another. In theory, this could lead to items from the past, or the future, appearing right here in the present day. Like time travel, many people believe creating something that wasn’t originally
Phil GordonMay 9, 2019
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Busted Knuckles- 1965 Chevy G-10- Bobby’s World
The van lifestyle is nothing new to Bobby Reynolds of Kirbyville, Texas. His entire family was involved in it. His father Bill owned custom Chevy vans during his entire childhood, his uncle had a classic van he brought to shows, and his younger brother is currently touring the show circuit in his custom van. Bobby’s
Phil GordonMay 7, 2019
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Interview: Pete Milosavlevski, Chief Engineer, Jeep Gladiator
Growing up in the Detroit suburb of Sterling Heights, Michigan, Pete Milosavlevski loved cars and trucks, and he owned a couple of quick Camaros and Mustangs before growing career and family responsibilities “evolved” him into loving trucks. “I wanted to get an old Jeep but never pulled the trigger on that,” he says. Instead, he
Gary WitzenburgMay 7, 2019
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Radical Renderings- Rendered Rides
Many of the artists we spotlight in this column get their start in hand-drawn artwork or computer-based design. Chad Canning falls into the latter category—but not using one of the various design programs most artists traditionally use. His art background started in 2001 with 3D modeling for video games. He then began to work on
Bryan FrossMay 7, 2019
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2005 Ford F-350: Root Beer Float
The 6.0L Ford Power Stroke engine has been maligned throughout much of its existence due to various shortcomings inherent in the original design. However, in some circles, the 6.0L is a revered powerplant that ranks up there with the best diesel offerings. Consider Cody Hamm from Wilmington, Ohio. His grandfather introduced him to diesel trucks
Chris TobinMay 7, 2019
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Forever King- 1999 Dodge Ram 2500
A 1,019-hp VP44 Dodge that was owned by Mike Hallas then rebuilt by Nick Iafrate
Jason SandsMay 1, 2019
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Particulate Matters: On My Plate
Diesel Power Editor discusses his disappointment after seeing a vehicle with “DSL PWR” on its license plate.
KJ JonesApr 25, 2019
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1991 GMC Sierra: Flash
When Samantha Reid was 10 years old, her older sister was in a horrific car accident and because of that, Samantha chose not to even apply for her driver’s license until after she turned 18. Despite of that, the automotive world had an exciting future for her.
Phil GordonApr 25, 2019
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2017 Ford F-350- Platinum Reimagined
If you were told that you could have your dream truck completely designed to your liking what would you do to it? If you could have any truck of your choice, just redesigned to your personal specifications fit just for you to enjoy, how would you design it?
Phil GordonApr 23, 2019
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2017 Ford F350- Never Give Up
With a story as unique as Justin’s we wanted to bring it to you in a little different manner, so we sat down with Justin at LST in Texas and interviewed him to get some first-hand insight into exactly what it took to bring this creation to life.
Mike AlexanderApr 19, 2019
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