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Here’s most of the team with the truck.
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The goal of Freedom High School auto studetns was to turn a Rust Belt ’51 Chevy pickup into a show truck that proved that rust can be dealt with one way or another...
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When I arrived at the school’s auto shop on Oct. 3, I immediately noticed that the rear portion of the truck (fenders, cargo box and wood cargo deck)—which had already been pre-assembled—were now mounted on the frame...
Keystone opened a new distribution center in Eastvale, California in July. The 450,000-square-foot facility could fit more than
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The company's 450,000-square-foot distribution center crushes the former 190,000-square-foot warehouse in Corona, California by just about every metric...
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If the Freedom, Wisconsin students can meet their deadline, it will be the second consecutive year of them sending a project truck to the show...
If you want to sell to off-roaders, get on the trail whenever possible.
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Five takeaways from off-road experts in action…
The cab of the truck had been moved into the school’s high-tech paint booth.
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Revisiting the Advance Design pickup again on Sept. 19, it looked even less finished at a glance. The cab had again been removed from the Chevy S10 frame and the students seemed to be struggling with fitting some of the V-8 engine accessories on the block in the V-6 frame...
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Vaughn Gittin, Jr., is the first person to ever drift the entire 12.9 mile Nürburgring...
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SEMA has released a report tracking the behavior of 16-24 year consumers and their interactions with the auto aftermarket...

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