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1967 Chevy C10

Frank Kaputa's 1967 Chevy C10 It was 1991. I made a plan with my buddies, Bill and Mike, to drive my beat-up daily-driver 1967 C10 from Connecticut to Alaska and back in a period of three weeks. I had driven the truck to all of the lower 48 states a few years earlier on college [...]

June 29th, 2016|0 Comments

1961 Ford F100

Dale Dufrense's 1961 Ford F100 The Legend of Ol Yller In the fall of 1960, Dad purchased a new bright yellow 1961 292 cu. in. F-100 custom 4 wheel drive with heavy duty springs and 17” wheels.  He bought it from Heater and Heater Ford in Thompson Falls, Montana.  I was a senior in high [...]

June 29th, 2016|0 Comments

FITECH EFI CONVERSION KIT

The Truth Behind the FiTech EFI Conversion Kit By Mark E. Very rarely have I come across a product, of any type, that is “as advertised.” That’s especially true of automotive parts. From the moment I first heard of the FiTech EFI system, and after all of the research that I did on the product, [...]

June 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

John Kries’ 1964 Chevy

John Kries' 1964 Chevy My 1964 Chevy Truck’s History The truck was ordered on August 8, 1964 by my Grandfather. My brother and I went along to pick up the truck at the dealership that was about 20 miles from my Grandparents home. I drove the truck and my brother rode with me when I [...]

May 13th, 2016|0 Comments

Mark Nicastro’s 1996 Ford F250

Mark Nicastro's 1996 Ford F250 When I was 7 years old, my parents bought a brand new 1979 Ford F150 step-side truck. That was the day that I fell in love with it. This truck has been though a lot between a broken 4 wheel drive when it was brand new and never had it [...]

May 13th, 2016|0 Comments

Mark Christensen’s 1979 Ford F150

Mark Christensen's 1979 Ford F150 When I was 7 years old, my parents bought a brand new 1979 Ford F150 step-side truck. That was the day that I fell in love with it. This truck has been though a lot between a broken 4 wheel drive when it was brand new and never had it [...]

May 12th, 2016|0 Comments
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Trevor HopkinsonI get it and it doesn't matter what kind of truck it is someone will like or hate it. Buy and drive what you like and don't listen to the haters. Most of the time haters are just jealous because they don't have a nice truck.

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Dennis BarbeeLean against it and find out

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John Walton Anderson Jr.Dad had a 91 just like it, as partial as I am to red this is still one of the prettiest color schemes ever!!!

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Sara KammeraadMine is very precious my father did it I just assisted with labor but I love it as it reminds me of the times I had wand will have with my dad and I'll never sell her :)

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Gregory Duane Armitage97 Z71 4x4 305 5.0 with a 5 spd and 3:73 gears all original minus the camper.

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