The Kroger Co. Connects To Its Roots Via A Vintage Truck
Rich Truesdell

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Recently, I spent a week in Italy test-driving the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C sports car for the UK-based travel/lifestyle magazine Italia! and attending the reveal of the 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulia sports sedan, which comes to America next year, for Automobile Magazine (to see the photos click here). On my way home to the West Coast, I also attended Chrysler’s 2016 “What’s New” program at its historic Chelsea Proving Grounds, west of Detroit, and then decided to stay the weekend … Read the rest of the story…

The 800 Or So Trucks of Williams
Joe Sharretts

junkyard

This month, I highlight a New Jersey salvage yard that, to date for me, has been the mother lode of salvaged vintage trucks. Most yards that I visit have a handful of trucks mixed in with the vintage cars, but this yard is the exact opposite. Williams Auto & Truck Parts of Pitts Grove, New Jersey, has the vintage cars beat four to one. In all honesty, I originally paid a visit to see the 200 or so vintage cars, which … Read the rest of the story…

May Shows Promise Variety
Karen O’Brien

The Eventer

Now that show season is in full swing, it’s time to break out your calendar and make travel plans. Many truck-friendly shows are happening across the nation that promote the hobby, support the local community, and help out some great causes. And when you go to your local shows, take the time to stop and talk to the car/truck owners, they are a wealth of information about this hobby and most are more than willing to share their stories and … Read the rest of the story…

Scouting in the Tennessee Backcountry
Al Rogers

Al Rogers, the Lensman

An unplanned trip to the Great Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg, Tennessee, led to a handful of rare and unique automobile discoveries. In my prior blog installment, “20 Years a Watchdog,” I shared the story of a 1960 Ford F-100 standing guard over its “Little Brother,” a prized muscle car from the 1960s. The Ford pickup had been purposely parked there for nearly 20 years. Life changed this past January when the muscle car was sold and pulled from the pole … Read the rest of the story…

Mack AC – Back To Its Roots
Erin McCarty

28 mack

The 1928 Mack AC that appears in the January/February 2013 issue of Vintage Truck is owned by Stephen Benson of North Carolina. With the help of mechanic Boyce Hough, Benson restored the Mack AC to how it would have looked working as a prisoner transport at the City of Chicago House of Corrections, where it was delivered in 1928. … Read the rest of the story…