September, 2021 cover.
Welcome to the September, 2021 edition of LargeCarMag Online!
Derek, from Carlinville Illinois, has made this into one very unique 379! To achieve the aggressive look he was after, Derek added Badass front fenders, a Horst air ride front end, big hole Pickett front wheels, Dynaflex 8” pipes, a Walter Brothers deck plate, WTI double hump rear fenders, custom rear light bar, and a Walter Brothers flip bumper kit.
The 2021 Amcan Truck Fest was held June 11-12th and once again I made my way out to spend time with all my friends from the Mid West. The Kimball family (Nick Kimball and Julia Mors in particular) once again treated everyone who attended like royalty and put on a fantastic event!
Finally, after 14 months with the Covid pandemic it was awesome to be back in Earlville for a truly special show. The 10th annual Midwest Pride in your ride show this year started off with unseasonable cold weather but warm at heart with 56 trucks with over 50 cancer survivors riding in the convoy.
When Scott Cornhill told me he was bringing a K100 Aerodyne to our spring show, The LCM Family Gathering, I was beyond excited and when Scott sent me pictures I was blown away! This 2000 Kenworth K100 Aerodyne was fully restored by Kenworth of Pennsylvania which is who owns it.
Ed Orella of Ed Orella Trucking based out of Vacaville California owns this 2012 Peterbilt 389.
I’m not sure where I caught this K100 fat cab but it was in the early 80s.
Age 11Isaac Long sent us this month’s doodle.