2019 Vintage Truck Magazine Show Wrapup

2019 Vintage Truck Magazine Show Wrapup

SHOW WRAPUP - The 18th Annual Vintage Truck Magazine Vintage Truck Show took place on Aug. 3, 2019, and saw a display field with 300 classic trucks on the grounds of Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Word has certainly gotten around in the hobby about our “little” event. We thought last year’s record of 220 entries was the most we would ever see. In fact, we ran out of registration cards around the 250 mark and barely had room for all of the trucks!

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Ted Kalvitis Speaks!

Ted Kalvitis Speaks!

As a bit of fun for longtime readers of Ted Kalvitis’ how-to articles in Vintage Truck magazine, Mr. K sent us this audio recording of himself calling in to his favorite radio program. On the rare occasion that Ted gets to work on an old truck or tractor with a roof over his head, he likes to wrench to the mellow classical playlist of National Public Radio’s Performance Today. His brief chat starts around the 2:00 mark.

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March/April 2019 Vintage Truck

March/April 2019 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The March/April 2019 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is now available on newsstands. Our cover story about a 1952 Ford F-1 was written by Robert Gabrick, with photos by Mark Dalton. Dennis Dahle is a rarity in our hobby in that he is still enjoying the pickup that taught him how to drive! On the show circuit, where it has garnered a cargo box full of trophies since its restoration, his 1952 Ford F-1 is known as “First Ride.”

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January/February 2019 Vintage Truck

January/February 2019 Vintage Truck

NEW ISSUE - The January/February 2019 issue of Vintage Truck magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. Our cover story about a 1976 Plymouth Trail Duster was written by Robert Gabrick, with photos by Al Rogers. In 1974, Jim Dunne, Detroit editor for Popular Science magazine, covered a new entry in the sport utility market: “Plymouth will introduce the Trail Duster four-wheel-drive sport utility this month, making the first time a Plymouth nameplate has graced something other than a passenger sedan.”

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