You die-hard Mini Truckin’ readers might remember “Project Daily Dime” from a while back, where we did a few tech articles covering the basics of airbagging and laying out an 1998 Chevrolet S-10 with the help of Needful Thingz.
The town of North Canton, Ohio, has played host to Dropt for the past decade now, and there were rumors of the show ending after its 10-year mark. Well, we’re glad to report that doesn’t look to be the case.
There’s this principle that people attending business school will quote endlessly. The story goes like this: a chief executive may only be able to take a company to a certain level, and sometimes it takes new blood to bring the company to a higher plane.
Twenty-two years ago, Slamfest began with a vision of bringing the truck community together for a weekend of hot rides, women, and good times. The only thing that has changed in that time is the increased amount of fun.
This truck has no name, no identity. What was once a vision by its previous owner has now turned into nothing more than a pristine example of an unfinished dream. In fact, this truck doesn’t even exist anymore.