The NASCAR Shoptruck

By: Don Rositch '66 NASCAR SHOPTRUCK RACER      Long before the days of the current style of NASCAR Supertruck many of the race shops engaged in some competitive racing with their shop trucks. This typically took place after a race when everyone was still excited from all of the track action that day.  These trucks […] More »

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The Ford “Expansion” Concept

List member Bob Taylor came up with this cool design. It appeared in the August 1997 Super Ford magazine (in black and white). Here’s his description: I made up this truck on my computer because I like the looks of the large Ford trucks and we needed a truck to beat the Chevy Suburban. I […] More »

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Trials Of A First Time Builder

TRIALS OF A FIRST TIME BUILDER OR (are you ever gonna finish that thing ??) by John Niolon As far back as I can remember, I’ve loved trucks. I can’t begin to count the hours I spent as a child, standing beside the road pumping my arm up and down as hard as I could, […] More »

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Dumping Memory (What to do with the stuff in your head)

By John Niolon Does that term sound familiar? It’s a computer term. It means to unload what is stored in memory and protect it. Copy it to a floppy…. Back up your hard drive….. zip it down and put it on tape… all terms we hear and many of us live by day after day… […] More »

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Rotary Lift Installation

By Gary Peters CRITERIA FOR SELECTION AND DESCRIPTION As many of you know I installed a vehicle lift in my pole barn. After much research I settled on one made by Rotary, 9000# capacity, in-ground, fully enclosed and high pressure rather than air over oil for EPA reasons and ease of installation. Of all the […] More »

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