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SEMA Cruise 2019: Roll Out!
On the last day of SEMA, despite buyers, exhibitors, and media being worn out from a long week, there is one more must-attend event. The SEMA Cruise is the official roll-out of vehicles from all over the Las Vegas Convention Center venue. There are other ways to leave the area but this is the coolest
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SEMA 2019 Booth Babes
In countless home garages and automotive industry shops all over the world, there are posters hanging with eye-catching vehicles and beautiful models. These posters have been used as marketing materials for many decades to draw attention to a specific product, company, or event. Some of these posters are addressed to a specific name and/or signed
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New Products from SEMA 2019
If you want to do some modifications on your truck in the near future, SEMA 2019 is the place to look for ideas, inspiration and the newest innovations. Manufacturers debut their new products for late model vehicles, classics and everything in between. New Products are highlighted in a special section between the Central and South
Bryan FrossNov 9, 2019
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Truckin’s SEMA 2019 Mid-Size Mania
It seems like every few years, a new model pickup that has been updated or redesigned is fully embraced by parts manufacturers and the accessory options become plentiful for that truck. This year, the new Ford Ranger is having a comeback to the truck market and because of that long-awaited return; they can be spotted
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Truckin Oddities of SEMA 2019
Are you ever perusing through Truckin’s insane SEMA coverage and wonder to yourself, “where are all the off-brand trucks? The Internationals, the Old Dodges, maybe even VWs or vans?” Well, this is the story and photo gallery for you! Going off the beaten path, taking the road less travelled, Straying from the norm. They’re all
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SEMA 2019 Truckin’s Off-Road Round-Up Gallery
The aftermarket companies that specifically deal in parts for Off-Road vehicles are plentiful at the SEMA 2019 Show. Many of these exhibitors are located in or around the Upper South Hall. Attendees could spend hours walking these areas and still not be able to take it all in. With sky-high lifted trucks on display in
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Truckin’s Top Chevy C10s of SEMA 2019 Photo Gallery
Every year we show up at SEMA and are pleasantly surprised at the insane amount of C10-based trucks on display. I mean, we know they’re going to be there, but we swear they still somehow get more and more popular each year. One trend we are noticing is the 1960-1966, first gen C10s coming on
Jeremy CookNov 6, 2019
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SEMA 2019 Mini Truck Hall of Fame Awards
The Mini Truck Hall of Fame presentation for each year’s inductees occurs on the Monday night prior to the first day of the SEMA Show. This year, due to changes at the original venue, it was moved to an adjacent lot near the Mob Museum. Upon arriving, the area was filled with an assortment of
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SEMA 2019 Custom Truckin Preview Gallery
Each year on the day before the annual SEMA Show begins, a grab-bag of trucks from locations all over the country are parked outside of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Some may already be placed in their feature spot locations while others are waiting for exhibitor booths to be finished with the setup process before
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Two Decades of Cruisin’ for a Cure
It’s not often that you can say an annual enthusiast event has made a true impact on people’s lives. In its 20th year, the yearly late September Cruisin’ for a Cure Show has done that and much more. It is the largest one-day charity car show but even more important than that, the effort put
Bryan FrossOct 28, 2019
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Slamfest 28
Not many shows can brag about holding their 28th annual show, but Slamfest is one of those events. First introduced in 1991, Slamfest became a household name in Florida. With a brief switch to Gainesville, Florida, Slamfest was brought back to its original home of Tampa in 2017. Although involved with the host club Mini
Phil GordonOct 26, 2019
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2014 Toyota Tundra- Trail Ready Tundra: Part Two
Last month we introduced you to our overland-style Tundra build that we’re putting together with Thomas Hale from Fuel Offroad. We already adjusted the altitude and suspension travel with the help of a BDS and Fox coilover kit and 35-inch Fuel Gripper XT tires. This month we took the next step and added bumpers, side
Jeremy CookOct 25, 2019
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Sparks in the Ozarks 14
Presented by Tuckn Clothing, Sparks in the Ozarks celebrated their fourteenth year as one of the leading truck shows in Missouri. Located at the spacious and cozy River Ranch Park in Noel, Missouri, clubs are invited to camp for the entire weekend in onsite cabins. With close to 300 entries coming from all over the
Phil GordonOct 23, 2019
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Works Best Under Pressure
ProCharger and TBR Garage have come to the rescue with more power for both better performance and increased trailer pulling. Our performance dilemma was our 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab that we use for towing. Since the vehicle was purchased new with its 315hp 5.3 LS engine, six-speed automatic, 3.42 gears, and trailer towing
Bob MehlhoffOct 22, 2019
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2003 Chevy Silverado- Project Over/Under
We’re finally calling it done. The $500 work truck we picked up well over a year ago has had all manner of work done to it, and the miles we have put on it both on and off road are proof of the quality of work we performed on the truck as well a testament
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2016 Chevy Silverado- The Final Trade
Most people make about four to five vehicle trade-ins in their lifetime, but Rickey May of Jacksonville, Florida, had his fourth trade within a year. “I just couldn’t find something I knew I would be happy with,” Rickey tells Truckin, “I actually went through fifteen different trade-ins in a two-year period. Originally finding the culture
Phil GordonOct 18, 2019
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2007 GMC Yukon XL- Loss to Legacy
We live in weird times. If you don’t believe us, just ask Tony Neumann of Franklin, Indiana. If we told you that a traumatic event could spark a form of creativity that embodied Tony that would be an understatement. Tony first got bit by the bug when he was just a sixteen-year-old kid in Indiana.
Phil GordonOct 16, 2019
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Hellwig’s 2017 Ford F-350 Goes Everywhere with Military Durability
When aftermarket manufacturers want to show off their newest and hottest products, they build a vehicle that allows potential buyers to see them installed on a flashy vehicle. In the case of Mike Hallmark from Hellwig Products and this Ford F-350, he says the whole point is for the truck to perform as it should
Bryan FrossOct 15, 2019
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1989 Toyota Pickup- Oscar
One of the main characters on the TV program Sesame Street was a trash-loving green puppet named Oscar the Grouch. Fun fact, the first season he appeared in was 1969 and Oscar was actually an orange color. In the second season, he was changed to green. This color was explained when he visited a location
Phil GordonOct 14, 2019
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1956 Ford F100- Long Term Ownership
As a regular reader of this magazine, you know all about cool custom trucks but very few can say they have been enjoying one for the better part of a lifetime. Even fewer can say they have a truck that’s been in the family for 50 years. Jack Sorich’s connection to the hobby is clearly
Joe GreevesOct 14, 2019
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1987 GMC R10- The Breeze
We all have that moment of epiphany or focused clarity. That one moment when you feel something and it guides you to happiness. It’s possible to go through half of your life before hitting that moment when everything makes sense and you’re brought back to your course. Warren Stiehler was a muscle car enthusiast but
Phil GordonOct 11, 2019
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