Author Archives: BROTHERS

1947-72 Chevy & GMC Truck Door Hinge Rebuild

TV Host and restoration expert Dave Welch give us this great step-by-step DIY video to take the guesswork out of freshening up your Classic Chevrolet or GMC Pickup door hinges. Worn door hinges are common problem and repairing them is a necessity nearly 100% of the time on these classic trucks. Want to get rid […]

Barret Jackson Market Update – Top 10 Classic Truck Sales

For the 47th consecutive year, Barrett-Jackson held their world famous auto auction in beautiful Scottsdale, AZ. From January 13th thru January 21st a total of 1,721 vehicles were sold for a grand total of $106.8 million. That is an amazing average of $62,056 per vehicle. If you watched the live feed on Velocity Channel, you […]

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Motor Trend: Hot Rod Garage – DIY Longbed to Shortbed Conversion

On this episode of HOT ROD Garage presented by Lincoln Tech, Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa dive into the red-hot C10 truck market and show you how to build a killer shortbed truck on a longbed budget! Watch the guys cut, shorten, and weld a longbed C10 into a sweet shorty using a Brothers Trucks […]

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2017 Year In Review: Classic Chevy/GMC Truck Industry News

2017 is in the rearview mirror and 2018 is looking good up ahead.  Last year was a great year for the classic truck industry in a variety of ways.  A slew of new parts were reproduced, the resale market saw record setting numbers and our 19th Annual Show ‘n Shine was a huge success. New […]

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Updates From Ronnie @ C10 Talk

Guest Blog Post by Ronnie of C10 Talk… C10 Nation, Happy New Year!  SEMA ’17 was an absolute C10 takeover with over 40 C10 era style builds showcased.  C10 Talk Host Ronnie Wetch was able to sit down with Scott France of the TV show “Speed Is The New Black”, David Freiburger of the multi-platform […]

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Classic Chevy/GMC Trucks of the Big/Small Screen

Classic pickup trucks are a deeply rooted part of American culture. With this being said, it is no surprise that they continue to be pop up on prime time TV and major Hollywood films. Oftentimes they are used to set the backdrop or date the movie but occasionally they play an important role in the […]

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