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Hot Rod Trucks
Hot rodding is a pastime, hobby, and for some a devotion, that has a rich history in this country. Dating back to the 1920s or 1930s, it started when young people took cheap, lightweight cars, and modified them for speed and to race each other either in the flat deserts of southern California or in the streets of big cities. The original hot rods were mostly Model A and Model T roadsters, but as hot rodding developed over the years, practitioners got creative and used different types of cars as bases for their hot rods.
Where Do You Find The Right Classic Truck?
One of the things that makes a collectible car or truck collectible is rarity. This can seem like an instance of overstating the obvious, but this can make it difficult to find the right classic truck.
It’s not like you can go down to any car dealership in your city of residence and take your pick among dozens of different vehicles. You are limited by the relatively small numbers of classic trucks that fit the category you are interested in.
International Harvester Trucks
When the average person thinks about classic American trucks they’re going to immediately flash on the Detroit “Big Three” offerings. Without a doubt, Dodge, Ford, and Chevrolet/GM trucks are true classics that have helped make America what it is today.
However, many classic truck collectors will tell you that International Harvester trucks played a big role in the history of the truck in the United States and many of them are highly sought after by people in the know.
When you are a big fan of classic trucks you speak a language of your own, and there are a precious few like-minded souls who speak the same language. It is a lot of fun to be able to interact with people who understand what is so special about classic trucks of days gone by, and one way of doing this is to find a classic truck club in your area and join in on the fun.
Hello, Fellow Truck Lovers!
Remember when milk was delivered to your home as a kid and if you got to it first, you could skim off the cream and enjoy it before anyone else? What about watching Grandpa load up his old truck with enough wood to craft a new china hutch for Grandma? Those were the days, weren’t they? The days when you’d look up to the soldiers headed off to “The War” or joyously returning in the army trucks during the V-Day parades are long gone. Times may have changed, but we still love those old milk trucks and old pick-ups, but even more, we love talking about them.