Ted Kalvitis Wins Writing Award
Brad Bowling

Ted Kalvitis

Ted Kalvitis has received an award for his column writing. We just learned that one of Vintage Truck magazine’s contributors has received well-deserved peer recognition. Jim King, managing editor of the Hampshire Review in Romney, West Virginia, told us Kalvitis was selected as Best Lifestyle Columnist in the state in the category of large weekly newspapers. Kalvitis’ portfolio consisted of three 2013 “Far Muse” columns the Hampshire Review submitted for the annual newspaper contest. “He writes a wonderful, delightful column,” King said. “His work appears … Read the rest of the story…

Chevrolet C-10 – September/October 2014 Cover Story
Al Rogers

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The 1963 Chevrolet C-10 half-ton pickup that appears on the cover of the September/October 2014 issue of Vintage Truck magazine was originally owned by farmer Henry Steinfeldt of Eldora, Iowa, before being bought by Keith Bisson in 1987, the year he graduated from high school. Henry had taken very good care of his truck, and Keith has had to do very little to maintain the pristine appearance besides repainting it in its original Cameo White. What else is in this … Read the rest of the story…

2014 Vintage Truck Show
Erin McCarty

2013 VT Show

Enjoy the 2014 Vintage Truck Show With Us! If a free truck show in the pastoral surroundings of Yellow Springs, Ohio, sounds like a great way to spend a Saturday this summer, then come to the 13th Annual Vintage Truck Show. The event is held on August 2, 2014, and runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine, at Young’s Jersey Dairy on Rt. 68. The location is convenient: just 5 miles south of I-70 at Springfield, Ohio. Bring … Read the rest of the story…

1928 Pontiac Series 6-28 – Pontiac Made a Truck?
Candace Brown

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The 1928 Pontiac Series 6-28 that appears in the July/August 2014 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is owned by Bob Johnson, who takes much pride and pleasure in keeping his great-grand-father’s legacy on the road. Originally a four-door sedan, the Pontiac Six was converted into a flatbed truck after World War II to be used on the berry farm owned by Johnson’s grandfather. … Read the rest of the story…