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Episode 24 of The Truck Show Podcast: What’s Your Truck Worth?

Posted in News on August 20, 2018
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The Truck Show Podcast Presented by Nissan is a fun, irreverent, and edgy look at today’s world of custom and factory trucks, hosted by truck enthusiasts Sean Holman and Jay “Lightning” Tilles. What can you do while driving? Browse the internet? Nope. Play on your phone? Nope. Listen to a podcast? Ding ding ding! Protect yourself and protect society by listening to our podcast while driving. Just doing what we can to help you stay safe and sane. You’re welcome.

Lightning and Holman welcome Jonathan Ward from ICON on the show to talk about his amazing business of restoring and remaking classic vehicles, including ICON’s line of bespoke FJs and Broncos, as well as his Reformer and Derelict line of pickup-ups. Randy Carlson, appraiser on the show Sticker Shock talks mini trucks, classics, and the value of vintage trucks. Holman shares his first review of the 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 and chats with General Motors’ Tim Herrick.

Listen to and download The Truck Show Podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Podbean, and Spotify. You can also find us on iHeartRadio and Stitcher. We appreciate your 5-star review, but also look forward to publicly ridiculing your critical emails. Since social media is a must in today’s digital world, visit our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages for more information and links to additional stories. If email is more your thing, we always enjoy hearing from you. Hit us up at Since you probably don’t even remember how to hold and form letters with an ink pen, we’re not even going to bother including an address. Who wants to waste money on stamps anyway?

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