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Richard Matoian’s 1968 pickup started out as a typical farm truck. Five years after he started, patience aplenty, the project resulted in a show truck that has been featured at the SEMA show in Las Vegas and photographed for a national truck magazine.
Lee Tecklenburg’s Lodi, Calif., family farm dates back to 1869. He says he “started” farming at age 11. His brothers Jon and Lee still farm wine grapes and cherries. Like most farm boys, plenty of time was spent in the farm shop. He has used that experience to build a nifty Mustang convertible as a father-son project with his son Alex.