Welcome to the world of truck dreams. Where every beloved truck has its day, and that day is captured for perpetuity. We know every truck has its own urge to travel. Some even dream of doing what others thought impossible. So it’s our mission to make a poster for every truck that ever set tire on pavement and dreamed of going far. To Monterey. Or Monaco. Las Vegas. Or Le Mans.
Take a cruise through the site and enjoy the scenery. If you don’t see your truck immortalized in a poster, check back monthly. Or contact us to gas up our next idea.
It has been far too long since we have added a new poster for you folks! On our “See the USA” series, we just encountered what every classic vehicle owner dreams of – the venerable “Barn Find”! Only you can imagine how much rust the truck may have after sitting years in lonely neglect, and how many rats nests you might find in the engine bay that you’ll have to clean out before it fires up for the first time and you hear that unique sewing machine tick, tick, tick that the International inline six has when it purrs…
As we continue our journey to the next poster, keep those votes coming in! We’ll check at the next diner stop!
As we continue our road trip with our “See the USA” series, we’re still roaming around in the beautiful Midwest, where you’ll still see old octagonal barns, fields full of hay drying in the sun, corn taller than your strange cousin, and vegetable stands alongside back-country roads with the finest produce you’ll ever come across.
Our latest poster features a hard-working 1951 Chevrolet pickup in its natural setting for the time, the family farm. These trucks were worked hard, and they could take it! They were simple, dependable, and typically relied upon by more than one generation.
Introducing our latest “See the USA” poster capturing one of our favourite streets at home here in Madison, Wisconsin. It’s no surprise that we show a 1953 R-Series International Pickup (like our Cornelia), cruising along funky old Williamson Street (fondly known around these parts as “Willy” Street). The cantankerous old fart with the hat also leans a bit towards autobiographical…
For those interested in the details, the R-112 Series has the exact same body style as the standard R-110 Series, but had a heavier-duty suspension (extra “helper” leaf springs in the rear) and came in a long-bed configuration.
The long-promised Studebaker is here, and we hope you’ll agree it was worth the wait!
Second in our “See the USA” series, this poster features a simply gorgeous art-deco 1937 Studebaker Express Coupe J-5 at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge in 1937; which, by the way, happens to be the year both were completed.
We’re launching a new line of posters that celebrate the memories we and our trucks have gathered touring, or dreaming of touring, the roads and places of the good old USA. The first poster in the line was designed for Susan’s dad, a Model A collector who has lived beside and travelled all along the Great Lakes’ sparkling ports. Now we’re proud to share this poster with you as the first of many celebrating classic trucks and US destinations. If you have a favourite memory of a US destination, drop us a line! We’re always looking for ideas for our next poster. Happy touring!