Retro Trucks Magazine

Retro Trucks Magazine Retro Trucks is going to try to accommodate that vast span of different approaches to owning and enjoying an old truck. The magazine’s primary focus, however, will be on “original” trucks with an emphasis on old trucks that are driven.

Operating as usual

03/16/2021

For all you 318 Poly Engine owners, Chrysler Power is looking at around the end of March to finally start shipping out the last order of valve covers from the California foundry! Then we will start launching a new order with our local foundry here in Oklahoma. The potential turn time will be incredible compared to what we have had to deal with from the California foundry. We are still finalizing the new pricing for the valve covers and the intake manifolds. We hope to be within the ballpark of where we have been. As soon as we lock that down we will be posting both products back on the website to take new orders.

It has taken a bit longer to get the ground work completed on our premier issue of the magazine, but we are making progr...
02/13/2021
Subscriptions

It has taken a bit longer to get the ground work completed on our premier issue of the magazine, but we are making progress. We are still in need of more ad vendors and subscribers. We are offering the pre-order special of $5 off the regular rate. You can subscribe here: http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/index.php/subscriptions

For all you Retro Dodge Truck owners that have a 318 Poly, Chrysler Power is getting to put back into production the alu...
02/13/2021

For all you Retro Dodge Truck owners that have a 318 Poly, Chrysler Power is getting to put back into production the aluminum 4 barrel intake manifold as well as the retro look aluminum valve covers. Stay tuned. They will be available at the CPWebstore.com.

12/24/2020

Pre-Order Status for the Premier Issue.
Subscriptions include a Bi-Monthly PRINT Magazine.

We are looking to launch this first issue in January 2021. This will be the Jan/Feb Issue.

12/18/2020

Just an update on the Premier issue of the magazine. We are still in production and are hoping to have the issue released in January. Will keep you updated. Thank you.

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1965 International Harvester Scout 80

Mecum Gone Farmin'
10/24/2020

Mecum Gone Farmin'

Red hot. 🔥

1953 International Pickup // Lot K15
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Register to bid here: http://bit.ly/2Np6u8w

#Mecum #GoneFarmin #FallPremier #TractorsNTrucks

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1971 International Harvester Scout 800B

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1952 International Harvester L112

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1964 IH C900

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

(Submitted by owner Darryl Stewart)

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1954 International Harvester R110 — nice survivor ready for complete restoration (submitted by owner Chris Daniels)

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1949 International Harvester KB5

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1970 International Harvester Travelall (owned by Chris Schultz)

Old International Harvester Trucks
10/24/2020

Old International Harvester Trucks

1948 International Harvester KB1

Old Trucks
10/24/2020

Old Trucks

Andy
10/24/2020

Andy

My 1967 F-250 Fire Truck.....

Old Trucks
10/24/2020

Old Trucks

Old Trucks
10/24/2020

Old Trucks

i like this one :)

Stacy
10/24/2020

Stacy

Fifty years ago today on March 11, 1965 my Grandpa bought this 1965 F-250 from Thrasher Motors in Julesburg Colorado. It's still on the job on our family farm and ranch 50 years later. The work it's done on the farm has helped pay for 17 other Fords, 7 Mercurys and 13 Lincolns.

We are looking for Magazine Outlets to sell our magazines at their businesses. If you have a business with foot traffic ...
10/10/2020
Outlets

We are looking for Magazine Outlets to sell our magazines at their businesses. If you have a business with foot traffic that would enjoy Retro Trucks Magazine then we welcome you to look at our Outlet program. http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/index.php/outlets

Retro Trucks Magazine

09/25/2020

If you have a business or service that could benefit from presenting yourself in our magazine as an advertiser or an advertorial please message us to discuss this opportunity with us.

09/23/2020

The world of antique/vintage/classic/retro trucks is vast and encompasses many different approaches to the old truck hobby. To some folks a modern chassis with vintage sheet metal over it represents an old truck. For others, an old truck needs to be restored to the exact form it had when it rolled off the assembly line way back when. One group may think of a 2002 pickup as a “vintage classic” while to others, anything produced after 1970 is “modern”.

Retro Trucks is going to try to accommodate that vast span of different approaches to owning and enjoying an old truck. The magazine’s primary focus, however, will be on “original” trucks with an emphasis on old trucks that are driven. We will also showcase restored trucks, unrestored “survivor” trucks, and pickups with mechanical and safety upgrades. Although we will focus on light duty models, there is a chance that a few 1 and ½ and 2 Ton trucks might find their way into the pages.
The nostalgic feeling of learning to drive in Granddad’s old pickup when one was only 12 or 13 years old is a feeling which we at Retro Trucks would like to evoke. We wish to encourage the involvement of young people in the old truck hobby. There is a lot to be said for the notion that one cannot get into much trouble while turning wrenches on some stubborn old piece of vintage “tin”.

We welcome reader and subscriber input and are open to shaping our content around what you, “our readers” would like to see. Please let us know when we strike the right chord with you and when we do not.

We are compiling our Premier issue and have several department pages still open. Our feature stories are being completed...
09/11/2020
Showcase Upload

We are compiling our Premier issue and have several department pages still open. Our feature stories are being completed, but we are also building up our files with new stories for future issues. If you feel like you have a great retro truck story you can upload it to us for review here: http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/index.php/submit-story. We will also have a department page called "Showcase" where we will be showcasing 3 or 4 trucks on that page with 2 or 3 photos of each truck and a paragraph description to go with it. We are looking for trucks right now to fill that page for our Premier issue. You can upload for the Showcase page here: http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/index.php/showcase-upload

Retro Trucks Magazine

Retro Trucks Magazine's cover photo
09/11/2020

Retro Trucks Magazine's cover photo

Our managing editor is tweaking the magazine mission statement. As soon as we get the final version we will post it here...
09/04/2020
Submit Story

Our managing editor is tweaking the magazine mission statement. As soon as we get the final version we will post it here and on our website. In the meantime if you feel like you have a truck story that would fit in Retro Trucks Magazine, please feel free to upload your photos and story using the form on our website at: http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/index.php/submit-story

Retro Trucks Magazine

Sign up on our website at:http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/index.php/subscriptions/subscriptions We are working on our PRE...
08/29/2020

Sign up on our website at:http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/index.php/subscriptions/subscriptions We are working on our PREMIER Issue now. This pre-launch special will end as soon as the magazines start shipping. To launch a new magazine we need to build a family of Subscribers and Advertisers. To help us build our base subscription family we are offering this $5 discount. Thank you for helping us launch this new and exciting project!

Retro Trucks Magazine's cover photo
08/29/2020

Retro Trucks Magazine's cover photo

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This Leyland bus is a conversation piece for any retro lover! A fully restored rare and unique classic heritage bus with contemporary fitting inside. It may increase in value over the years due to its heritage prestige and is custom built to provide all the comforts of home with a shower, queen sized bed, kitchen with full sized stove, air conditioning, solar panels, TV, water tanks, reversing camera and a beautiful design throughout. Specifically designed for two, it is spacious with ample storage space. Power steering and five speed automatic gear box make for easy driving. It has taken over 6 years to finish bringing out the beauty of this 1964 Retro Bus, while not compromising its original look. It is time this 28 foot mobile home goes on the road, it can also be used as a tiny house on wheels or converted to run on fish and chip oil as fuel. Registered until 25 April 2021. Height middle of bus inside is 195, in bedroom it is 172. The bus is a 1964 Leyland Tiger Cub, it was originally a WA MTA city bus, it has a 6.5 litre (400 cubic inch) 6 cylinder Diesel engine with 125 hp, the transmission is an Allison MT654 5 speed automatic transmission, power steering is from an Isuzu mid range truck. Priced to sell $69,000 NEW PRICE: $65000
I am part of the poly power movement covered in Chrysler Power magazine in fact I write the Poly articles for the magazine. If anyone on this page has an early Dodge truck with a Poly engine and has any questions on them or needs parts to rebuild the engine feel free to contact me. I carry and make a lot of parts for them.
Still a workhorse. Great place to showcase old trucks
Get to know our Executive Managing Editor — Loren Hoekema. Click below to read his introduction in Chrysler Power Magazine.http://retrotrucksmagazine.com/KeepOnTruckinLorenHoekema.pdf