As a high school student, Steven Stenglein began his love of trucks as most kids do, by seeing them drive around town. Steven tells Truckin, “There was something that would just stop you in your tracks when you’d see a minitruck driving by. It was something straight out of a movie.” His senior year of high school, he began saving money and searching online ads for custom trucks. The problem was the amount of money he had to spend wasn’t going to get him a solid running truck. He found a beater car and used that for his daily commute to and from school.
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