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Under new master, Loadmaster comes back to life

Under new master, Loadmaster comes back to life

After three decades of hiding in barns, a Chevrolet Loadmaster has come out in the open in a big way. The antique, owned by grain farmer Buddy Salyer of Marengo, Ohio, sports a coat of luscious green paint. It's one of several trucks competing in the Antique category of the PKY Truck Beauty Championship at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky. "This truck spent 15 years in Kansas inside a barn," Salyer says. "Then a friend ...

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Rare 1921 White restored, readied to run after 55 years in the garage

Bob Burg restored the truck in his garage in December and January. While doing so, he found a manufacture number on the truck’s frame, which he used to trace the truck back to an October 1921 manufacture date via White’s online truck registry.

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History made on ‘Hollywood hill’: The day five famous trucks from 1970s trucking movies, TV shows all got together

Robb Mariani's firsthand account/short doc film of the event, bringing together trucks from movies "Duel," "Convoy", and "Smokey & the Bandit" with Paul and Craig Sagehorn's "Movin' On" and "B.J. & the Bear" TV rigs -- among hundreds of vintage trucks last September at Brad Wike's Southern Classic Truck Show.

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80-year-old truck restorer rebuilding 1938 FK Mack concrete truck

80-year-old truck restorer rebuilding 1938 FK Mack concrete truck

Concrete truck headed for exhibit

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Retirement rewards: Tobby Donalson’s 1959 Peterbilt 351

Retirement rewards: Tobby Donalson's 1959 Peterbilt 351

Two years after saying goodbye to the highway, independent owner-operator Tobby Donalson finished a rig he waited nearly 30 years for the time to rebuild just right

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