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July 2010 in Mini Truckin' Magazine

July 2010 Mini Truckin' Magazine Table of Contents
Posted May 4 2010 04:07 PM by 5569 
Filed under: Featured Articles, Used Truck Accessories, Observations, Past Truck Events, Truck Observations

July 2010 Mini Truckin Magazine

The July 2010 issue of Mini Truckin' Magazine was on-sale May 4 - May 31, 2010.


FEATURES

Home-Built 'Zu 22
Ricky Glancy built this killer 1990 P'up with the help of his grandfather to honor the memories of his dad and good friend.

Overtime 34
Chris Coldewey put in some serious overtime to bring this Dakota to life.

The Wow Factor 42
With his second feature, Todd Honer really knows the art of making things happen.

Irregular Cab 48
Ron Perkins went against all odds and would not settle for mediocre with the build of his 2005 Nissan Frontier. What started life as a Nissan Frontier King Cab is now the killer standard-cab custom you see before you.

Sickota 62
This super-ill 2001 Dodge Dakota is owned by Aaron Buck from Pottstown, Pennsylvania.

Orange Crush 70
Drop Mob is known for dropping trucks to the ground, and this orange Yota is no different.

TECH

Let the Sun Shine In 54
Need some sun in your life? Then check out this killer Webasto power slider install.

SPECIAL SECTION

Centerspread Poster 46
A super-cool poster that hopefully you'll hang up. Maybe... maybe not.

The Hot Seat 84
Cool guy Ernie Macias is hit with some down and dirty questions for this month's Hot Seat.

EVENTS 

Forbidden Fantasy Show 28
Year after year, this West Coast heavy hitter never disappoints. See it here first!

14th Annual LNO Jr. Memorial Show 40
Florida throws down for a great cause in memory of Larry Neil Oliver.

Sittin' Pretti Summer Slam 16 58 
The Northwest's longest running truck show is always a must to attend.

Battle Drag 5 66
Texas hits the battlefield yet again for another killer show.

DEPARTMENTS

Mt Web 74

On the Cover:  This month's cover is home to one of the baddest trucks on the show circuit today. Ron Perkins wasn't going to settle and decided to build the new-body standard-cab Frontier that Nissan never offered. Maybe after seeing this they'll reconsider? Photography by Mike Finnegan.

 



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