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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January/February 2018 Vintage Truck

January/February 2018 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The January/February issue of Vintage Truck magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. Our cover story about a 1937 Hudson Terraplane was written by Candace Brown and photographed by Al Rogers. For a 14-year-old boy growing up on a farm in LaGrange County, Indiana, during the Great Depression, exposure to a new 1936 Hudson automobile became a life-altering event. The boy was Eldon Hostetler, and the car belonged to a young man helping his father harvest corn on the family farm.

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November/December 2017 Vintage Truck

November/December 2017 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The November/December issue of Vintage Truck magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. Our cover story about a 1966 Chevrolet Suburban was written by Candace Brown, with photos by Al Rogers. Each generation of humans hopes the next will carry on the family name with pride and respect, and the same is true of vehicles. None have done so better than the Chevrolet Suburban family. After 82 years and many generations of design changes, this clan continues to honor its great heritage. Our featured 1966 Chevrolet Suburban represents the final year of the 1960­–1966 generation.

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September/October 2017 Vintage Truck

September/October 2017 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The September/October issue of Vintage Truck magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. Our cover story about a 1966 Ford Bronco roadster was written by Candace Brown and accompanied by Al Rogers' photos. Don Peroni began collecting and restoring Ford Broncos with his son Drew in 1998, never imagining what the new millennium would soon bring.

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2017 Vintage Truck Magazine Show Wrapup

2017 Vintage Truck Magazine Show Wrapup

SHOW WRAPUP - Our 16th Annual Vintage Truck Magazine Truck Show proved to be our biggest one yet. We had more than 200 vehicles exhibit at the show. Visitors came from Ohio, Illinois, Maryland, New York, Michigan, Indiana, and Florida; our Longest Distance Driven winner, Jim Zarnoch, drove his 1956 Ford F-100 478 miles from Corfu, New York, to attend. We would like to thank everyone who came out and supported us at the show. We hope you all had fun, like we did. We would also like to thank Young’s Jersey Dairy, Angela Rayner, and Dan Young for their immense help.

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August Truck Shows

August Truck Shows

THE EVENTER - It seems that I come across neat trucks everywhere I go. One of my favorite antique power shows is the Antique Tractor and Farm Show held by the South Lake County Agricultural Historical Society the second weekend of July at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Crown Point, Indiana. In addition to the incredible array of antique tractors on display, the show also invites vintage car clubs to display on the grounds.

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