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Nashville Rush Chrome & Class show winnersImage Gallery

| October 19, 2010

Friday I reported from the site of the first annual Chrome & Class Truck Show at the Nashville location of Rush Truck Centers just east-southeast of downtown in Smyrna. If you missed it, read about ...

Live from the first-annual Nashville “Chrome & Class” truck show

| October 15, 2010

Rex (left) and Hayden Eady are the father (owning and operating) and son (building, along with Hayden's older brother Hayward) pair behind the 1996 custom-built Peterbilt 379 pictured. The Pete, powered by a Caterpillar 3406B ...

Ice roads to Dallas; truck lot entertainment schedule for GATS

| August 18, 2010

Next week, it's safe to say that all roads in the North American trucking world lead to Dallas, even the Canadian ice roads -- or at least those typically run by Yellowknife, Canada's Alex Debogorski, ...

Work on I-40 in Nashville

| July 29, 2010

This weekend, crews will close lanes on I-40 in both directions.

I-40 lanes in Nashville to close

| July 15, 2010

Lanes in both directions will be closed July 16-19 to begin work on concrete foundations for new overhead sign structures.

‘Sexiest trucker alive’ goes to the Himalayas; more from Alaska

| June 23, 2010

According to an interview published at the website of Esquire magazine, Ice Road Truckers star and Alaskan Dalton Highway hauler Lisa Kelly (pictured; photo by Rick Gershon of the History Channel) is not only the ...

Talking recession, recovery and history in Oklahoma City with Marvin Rush

| June 15, 2010

Amid recent headlines trumpeting growing manufacturing activity, freight volumes and truck and trailer sales, it’s tempting to look at Rush Enterprises’ expansive new facility in Oklahoma City off I-40 at the Council Road exit as yet ...

Grascals tour bus driver ‘Stubob’ Myrick’s Nashville flood tale

| May 27, 2010

Stuart "Stubob" Myrick (pictured) of the Gallatin, Tenn., area paid his driving dues behind the wheel of several dump trucks, in the late 1970s, then logging miles over the road with a grocery-distribution outfit pulling vans and, most ...

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