Keep On Truckin’ – Sneak Peek Of 2021 LMC Truck Spring Lone Star Nationals

Hey all you truck fans, Spring is in the air and Goodguys 11th LMC Truck Spring Lone Star Nationals is coming to Fort Worth, Texas on March 12-14th. Before the show kicks off, we wanted to give you a little sneak peek of the serious iron that will be at the show.  So, in no particular order, check ’em out!

Walter O’Neal – Bryant, AR – 1975 Ford Bronco

Along with the obligatory killer customs, hotrods, and muscle cars from across country that Goodguys events are known for, there’s been a tremendous uptick from truck owners for this event. Not only are pre-registrations up over 50%, a huge turnout of trucks of all stripes are expected at the event. Goodguys brings you almost every era of trucks to the show, from Early Fords to square-eyed Squarebodies.

Terry Hill – Waxahachie, TX – 1987 Chevy C10

For GM truck aficionados, you’re in for a treat. This will be the first year that Goodguys will welcome 1988-98 GM OBS (Old Body Style) trucks into show.

More LMC Truck Spring Lone Star Nationals highlights include truck-only special parking areas, a truck-only Saturday night track cruise, and a truck-only autocross shootout.

Jason Hill of Hills Hot Rods will be awarding some truck-specific Builders Choice awards to 10 lucky truck owners and Goodguys will hand out over 50 truck-only awards as well. KC Mathieu with KC’s Paint Shop will also be awarding his Top 10 Builders Choice awards for non-truck participants.

So there you have it, a glimpse of some of the eye candy that will be at this years LMC Truck Spring Lone Star Nationals, in Fort Worth, Texas, March 12-14th. If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet there is still time. For more information, to register a vehicle or to purchase tickets for the 2021 event, go here.

Dean Kindseth – Corinth, TX – 1951 Chevy


Dave Cruikshank is a dyed-in-the-wool car guy and an automotive industry veteran, with a decade of journalism experience including editor of Corvette Online and Rod Authority. He has a special affinity for curvy fiberglass, big American sleds, fat-fendered cars, and the culture surrounding the automotive enthusiast community. In his spare time, you can find him tinkering with his cars, on his bicycle exploring sunny Southern California, or scouting out mid-century architecture. He currently owns a 1995 C4 Roadster, (everybody's favorite generation of Corvette) a 1976 Cadillac Seville and a big old Ford Van.