May/June 2018 Vintage Truck

May/June 2018 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The May/June issue of Vintage Truck magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. Our cover story about a 1940 Plymouth PT 105 Pick-Up was written by Robert Gabrick, with photos by Brad Bowling. In 1984, Larry Jenkins traveled to Sweetland, West Virginia, to harvest items for his 1941 Plymouth 4-door sedan from a parts car that lay alongside a barn. The retired crane operator investigated the barn’s contents and saw our featured 1940 Plymouth PT 105 Pick-Up. After some negotiation, he bought it in 1986.

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Next Vintage Truck Show - Aug. 4, 2018

Next Vintage Truck Show - Aug. 4, 2018

SHOW ALERT - Mark your calendar to attend the 17th Annual Vintage Truck Magazine Vintage Truck Show on Aug. 4, 2018. As always, the FREE show will take place rain or shine in the grass field across from Young's Dairy in Yellow Springs, Ohio. It is open to all classic trucks, whether trailered or driven.

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March/April 2018 Vintage Truck

March/April 2018 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The March/April issue of Vintage Truck magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. Our cover story about a 1957 International S-120 4X4 panel truck was written by B. Mitchell Carlson, with photos by Brad Bowling. After World War II, our former Soviet Union allies soon became Cold War nemeses, especially by the time they detonated their first atomic weapon in 1949. All-out nuclear war was now a real possibility, and being able to recover after an attack became a major concern throughout the United States. By the mid-1950s, it was becoming obvious that communities large and small were not equipped for the aftermath of a nuclear attack—or even major natural disasters.

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July/August 2017 Vintage Truck

July/August 2017 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The July/August 2017 issue of Vintage Truck magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. When Wendell Kelch arrived at the 2010 International Harvester Collectors Club “Red Power Round Up” in LaPorte, Indiana, he did not expect to see anything out of the ordinary. After all, he grew up on a farm where every piece of equipment was either IH or Farmall, and he owns a large collection.

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