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Lovin' the Logo

First off I must say, I love the new logo for the mag and have been reading Truckin for a while. I'm writing to thank you guys for putting out this magazine, it inspires me and motivates me to have my own custom built truck to be featured in Truckin.
Thanks,
Jaaroed Butler, Lafayette, Louisiana


Will the Real Trucks Please Stand Up?
Finally, at 47 years old, I am able to buy back the best truck I ever had, a 1970 C10. Where they used to be scrap or a few hundred bucks, now they are considered collectable—go figure. First thing I need? I need to get that magazine I used to read, Truckin magazine. So I buy the truck, same day I purchase the magazine for helpful hints, ideas, seeing what others are doing—you know, to drool. I discipline myself, tell myself I won't start reading till after work, when I am in my "home office," alone (my favorite reading place). After much anticipation, I open it up and see a new Chevy donked with 30-inch rims and skinny tires. "Ha," I think to myself, "a magazine with a sense of humor!" I turn the page and see a two-page ad with a slammed SUV & stupid/silly tires & rims. Huh? Panicking, I leaf thru the magazine and see, over and over, the same exact thing: slammed/lowered trucks with big rims, skinny tires & silly paintjobs. WTF? I want to build a man's truck, not a kiddie rice-burner lookalike with a bed in the back. I want to build a truck where putting cargo in the back is still an option, because the bed isn't filled with speakers and $30,000 worth of amplifiers so people can hear the bass line of your rap music on Neptune. Man, I'm seriously disappointed. WHERE ARE THE REAL TRUCKS?
Michael Adnuke Allentown, Pennsylvania

Michael, thanks for picking up the mag after a few years of taking a vacation. We're not sure what trucks you're referring to that were donked with 30s, or which feature trucks had $30,000 worth of audio in the bed. We've looked over the last seven issues of 2012 and we couldn't find any trucks that fit your description. We did find more than a dozen trucks that were featured and driven regularly.


Hi Dan,
When I was in the airport on my way to Moab I picked up a few issues of Truckin…. the Red Jacket Feature was great! I just wanted to thank you. Pat is stoked, it looks awesome, we're all very happy with it. Thanks for taking the time to shoot it with us, we appreciate it.
Laura Conrad • Kahn Media, Inc.

Laura, shooting a legit off-road Jeep that also had a bed in the back was a no-brainer decision for us.