Think your old truck’s good enough to be featured online in Classic Truck Performance? Good—so do we! But, there are some guidelines and parameters that need to be followed.
First and foremost, it has to be a domestic classic truck: late 1930s through early 1990s American-made trucks. Restorations are welcomed as are full-custom and updated daily drivers. You’re reading this because you’re a “classic truck” enthusiast, right?!
Secondly, the images need to be sharp/in focus, well lit (natural sun light or sufficient overhead lighting in your garage), and framed within the camera’s view finder or the screen of your phone appropriately. Fuzzy, poorly lit images with portions of the truck cropped out won’t do it. And be aware of what’s in the background and/or in the reflection of the paint—avoid any potentially offensive subject matter and let your truck be the center of attention. We’ll need a good front 3/4, side profile, rear 3/4, engine, interior, and an overhead shot of the bed.
Finally, tell us all about your truck—every last detail you can possibly think of, from the specific year/make/model to all the individual parts that are on it as well as the history behind it and how it became yours in the first place. We want to know everything! Be sure to include your e-mail and city/state where you reside.
If everything meets our criteria—we’ll feature your pride and joy on Classic Truck Performance’s all-new online “In Your Garage” section! Send all submissions to: email@example.com
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