July 2019 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Trucks
Texans love their trucks, and Texans’ cameras seem to have an affinity for old, beloved trucks

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    Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
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    Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
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    Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
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    Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
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    Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
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    Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
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    Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
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    Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
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    Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
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    Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
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    Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
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    Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
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    Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
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    Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
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    Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
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    Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
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    Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
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    Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
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    Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
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    Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.

As a child’s toy, they haul rocks up from the driveway and track mud across freshly washed floors. Full-sized, they can be used to haul loads for family, friends and neighbors. They are valuable tools on ranches and farms and give drivers a sense of freedom and identity. Trucks keep Texas moving.

  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.
  • Marilyn Brunt, Deep East Texas EC: “A 1952 Ford rests in Austin after over a half-century of traveling the back roads in the Hill Country.”
  • Linda Lee Bickford, Grayson-Collin EC: “A sweet couple sitting close in the old Ford driving in Texas.”
  • Tina Webb, Bluebonnet EC: “An old red barn in Fayetteville with a neat, old Chevrolet truck with an American flag.”
  • Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell, Pedernales EC: “Driving down a rural road in Round Rock, I spotted this beautiful old truck resting in the Texas bluebonnets.”
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “This hardworking Chevy now rests in Gladewater on my in-laws’ land.”
  • Web Extra: Chris Miller, Bluebonnet EC: This Texas-sized barbecue truck, dubbed the Undisputable Cuz, stretches 75 feet and is large enough to cook 4 tons of meat at a time.
  • Web Extra: Linda Mellor, Pedernales EC: “Found this old Willys Jeep at Fuller Auction company here in Canyon Lake.”
  • Web Extra: Railee Childs, Guadalupe Valley EC: A rusty old truck at Rio Cibolo Ranch in Cibolo. This photo was taken by 9-year-old Railee Childs at a 4-H photography outing.
  • Web Extra: Amanda Stafford, Nueces EC: Jeremy Stafford’s 1947 cab-over-engine truck and Rick Skoruppa’s 1941 Ford COE truck with model Courtney Phophirom.
  • Web Extra: Chas Sinklier, Bandera EC: This Willys Jeep pickup is the culmination of a two-year rat-rod project.
  • Web Extra: Peggy Oliver, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Old red truck parked by my Grandpa Ruppert.”
  • Web Extra: Mark Gassaway, Central Texas EC: Gassaway was driving through Waelder one foggy morning in February 2018. Just as the fog was lifting, he drove by this scene and jumped out to snap a photo.
  • Web Extra: Travis Carnes, Trinity Valley EC: “Poppa’s old wrecker—a 1946 Chevrolet.”
  • Web Extra: Tammy Anderson, Rita Blanca EC: A 1958 Ford pickup left sitting in a neighbor’s field.
  • Web Extra: Kathy Rhodes, Pedernales EC: “Andi, a 1954 Chevy truck.”
  • Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “An old Ford truck in Coupland behind the old feed store in January of 2018.”
  • Web Extra: Karen Andrews, Pedernales EC: An old truck, brothers, sunflowers, flags and watermelon.
  • Web Extra: Roman “Tony” Avila, CoServ: “High school senior, Ms. Olivia Hertel, gives her family’s International Harvester some extra Texas style.”
  • Web Extra: Sharon Ross, Pedernales EC: “Just a field and old trucks, yet there’s something so nostalgic about it. These trucks belong to a group of men from Wimberley that likes to meet and talk about old trucks and the good old days.”
  • Web Extra: James Stewart, Pedernales EC: This 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup was rescued from a neighbor’s backyard after sitting for eight years. All original, it still runs and is driven daily.

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