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CMT & Ryder Partner For Trick My Truck

September 01, 2006 11:01 PM by Joe Blackmon

Ryder System, Inc., a global leader in transportation and supply chain management solutions, recently announced it has partnered with CMT, America’s No. 1 country music network, as the preferred alternative truck solution for the entire 24-episode season of the hit truck makeover series, Trick My Truck. Ryder will provide reliable replacement trucks to minimize downtime for the selected drivers while the "Chrome Shop Mafia," the show’s team of mechanics, customizes their ailing trucks.

"The reliability and availability of Ryder’s extensive truck fleet made them an ideal fit for this show," said Melanie Moreau, Executive Producer for CMT. "These truck makeovers can take anywhere from three to six weeks to complete. Thanks to Ryder, these owner/operators will have a dependable truck that will keep them on the road, taking care of business."

Following a successful first season, Trick My Truck will begin its extended, 24-episode second season on September 1, 2006 on CMT. During the show, the Chrome Shop Mafia takes the rigs of 24 chosen truck drivers and customizes them, turning the drivers’ dreams into reality. Ryder will provide each driver with a replacement truck until the makeover is complete. The replacement trucks give these drivers an opportunity to keep their businesses afloat, earn a living and support their families.

"Trick My Truck is helping deserving truck drivers and giving the trucking industry a positive image," said Todd Renehan, EVP of Sales and Marketing of Fleet Management Solutions for Ryder. "Ryder is proud to partner with CMT in making a difference in the lives of professional truck drivers, whose success depends on reliable vehicles to keep their businesses running."

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65 Responses to “CMT & Ryder Partner For Trick My Truck”

  1. Linda Says:
    September 21st, 2006 at 12:32 pm

    can you really pimp a rig for someone who really deserves it?

    September 23rd, 2006 at 10:56 am


  3. Karen Green Says:
    September 27th, 2006 at 1:46 pm

    My husband is a owner of a company with 3 trucks his trucks are old and falling apart. He is a hard worker and he does not have time or money to repair them. This truck is a 1993 Freightliner with like 380,000 miles on it and it still has alot of work left in it. it needs TLC and transmission work. It is a single axel day cab. Please help him.

  4. whitney asher Says:
    October 1st, 2006 at 11:55 am

    my dad owns b.c. towing in salem or. i’m 12 years old and the middle child NOW! my mom just had a baby and he is working so hard to keep us all alive. one of his trucks is a semi for the landoll. it needs a lot of work and i would give anything for him to have a nice truck. please trick out my dad’s truck!

  5. Pamela Gaspard Says:
    October 2nd, 2006 at 8:56 pm

    I think my husband deserves to have you guys trick his truck! He has a 1989 379 Pete, that he had saved money to have it repainted last year.We were hit with Hurricane Rita and lost our home & everything we owned. We came back to a empty site where our home once was.We had to use the money he had saved for the paint job to start our live over.We are living in a travel trailer and have been for the past year,he is working to rebuild our home, so he has had to put his paint job on hold for a few years.So it would be the greatest gift that I could give him if I could say that you were going to Trick His Truck.

  6. Bob Whatley Says:
    October 3rd, 2006 at 1:53 pm

    I have a son who has his own truck and is working very hard to make a go of the trucking hauling chem. I would like to have his truck tricked.
    Thanks, Bob Whatley
    P.S. His name is Barry Whatley

  7. misty smith Says:
    October 9th, 2006 at 7:21 pm

    My husband’s birthday is coming up soon, and I would be honored if you would trick out his truck. We have three kids and not much money. When he married me, he inherited a son. He has raised him as his own. He works really hard, but we always seem to come up short. His truck is the RUST BUCKET. His coworkers don’t even like riding in this truck. We have had this truck for five years. None of the gauges work, and he’s never changed the oil. He says he’s afraid to. The headliner is a piece of material that’s held up by tacks. You can hear it coming in the yard because there is no power steering. He never complains about it. He calls his truck OLD FAITHFUL. I could give you many reasons why he is deserving of this great gift you give, but you probably don’t have the time. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

  8. Margery Todd Says:
    October 10th, 2006 at 5:15 am

    I would just like to say that love the show Trick my Truck, my husphand is a trucker and has been for 4 years. He left trucking because we just couldnt afford anything and he mist seeing me and his daughters. I wish that all truckers could get a break, so God Bless All Truckers.

  9. Nader Muhaisen Says:
    October 13th, 2006 at 11:07 pm

    Hi My Name Is Nader just seen you Ad on the T-V Cartoon Channel Of All places My Kids and My Self were Intrigued by your show. We were big fans of Jessie James Monster Garadge and Pimp My ride with Exbit on M T-V and thee other show Over Hall was my personal favorite like those old cars. Well we are truck pepoel and didnt see any hope of our line and style of vehicals to ever have a chance at this kind of a show. Were Tow Truckers and Were not big just a one truck show I wish I can say the magic words to get you all to turn our truck into the Nicest truck in Denver Colorado So heres My shot I,m A single father of two boyz the ride with me all the time and are 10 & 12 years old there learning the trade they can Hook and Book with THE BEST of them.
    We well come to you well do what ever it takes to be in your good graces It a tow truck Flatbed it small it s all we got to provide for us we work hard are Dogg wont let us come home with out food or he well Bite are butts .In this city Having a Beutiful truck could make all the diffrence . for sucess .You could put your logo all over it. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE.
    HELP US PLEASE we just want your touch on our truck we just want a preety truck we just want to be on t-v MAY DAY HELLO .
    Is this In VAIN .
    Nader Senior Emad JR. Nader Jr.
    W H E R E T O T O W I N G @
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  10. Courtney Says:
    October 15th, 2006 at 9:33 pm

    We just recently are in the middle of changing our name from beadsandbilliards to billiards911. In the process we have purchased an ambulence to use to travel to tournaments all over the west coast. We knew when we were looking for one that we wanted to give it an overhaul and who better then trickmytruck to do it.

  11. jerome gonzales Says:
    October 23rd, 2006 at 9:53 pm

    Hi my name i jerome i am 25 yrs old,got out of the marine corps and i am asking if you excellent skilled people could fix my dad’s truck so he can make money to support my family. he never had anything for himself, he’s been driving for 30 years has no money to fix his truck. he’s in debt really bad,he will never have the truck he always wanted being so behind in bills trying to fix his truck all that he can. i wish i could fix it for him but i can’t. he’s always cared for others. now supporting my nephew and neice,my dad’s getting old and needs a dependable truck to drive. of course help the others who need more help first. i know it’s a long shot,but i tried anyways.thank you all for helping those in need.

  12. jerome gonzales Says:
    October 23rd, 2006 at 9:57 pm

    sorry for the incorrect spelling. once again thank you in advanced.

  13. DAWN TIEDE Says:
    October 26th, 2006 at 11:26 am


  14. Grace Wilson Says:
    October 26th, 2006 at 8:45 pm

    Dear Trick My Truck, I am writing to you for the first time due to the fact that I realize my husband needs help and I cannot do nothing to help him. You see I lost my job on October 2nd 2006 and I am also a diabetic of which no job want’s to hire you with this kind of condition due to insurance purpose. My husband don’t make much or complain because he doesn’t want me to worry and have me going into diabetic shock or have a stroke. The truck he have need so much work that I dont know where to start. The roof leaks when it rains, the seats it dont know how he drove like that, the engine leaks oil, the window sometimes he have to pull it up with a pliars the air condition works when it wants to I could go on on on the clutch always need adjustment, a paint job the inside could really do with some cleaning. He never complains because he cannot stop or else we will loose everything we have work sooo hard for over the years, I am also a foster mom but because of my health I have to limit the children I take in my home, I have been a foster mom for over 10yrs. and enjoy doing so, sometimes I cry to see how my husband have to keep on patching up his truck and have to beg him some times to spend at least a hour with me but he cant. As soon as he fix something on the truck here comes another thing wrong. I pray every minute for him and asking god not to let him broke down because we dont have the money to tow his truck. I would greatly appreciate it if you could help my husband out and prayed that my situation answer soon for him. You can reach me at the above address, I really love what you guys have been doing for those trucker keep up the good work and hopefully my day will come. Thanks and God Bless. Grace

  15. Veronica Trolia Says:
    November 1st, 2006 at 2:41 pm

    Hi my girlfriend Janice has had some bad luck with Betsy (her truck) a lot of bad luck lately. Betsy has been 2 the moon 4 times now. Janice worked 4 MS Carriers be4 they got bought out by Swift. Jan is an owner oper. She got screwed by the buy out.Things have been very rough for Jan. With the deaths of family members & being broke because of Betsy. She can’t keep her head above water & feels like shes drowning. I’m proud of Jan shes only 29 owns her own truck. But Betsy maint bills r killing her. Please help.. & pimp Betsy 4 Jan. Thank you

  16. Tammy Rose Says:
    November 2nd, 2006 at 11:48 am

    Please help me. My husband and I got together when I was 15 1/2. He was my high school sweet heart.Then we split up and I had a baby and we got back togeather. He chose to raise my son with me even though he was not his.We got married after that now we have 3kids together. Because, of a very bad situation he is now helping me raise my niece.So there is 5 kids total. Me and my husband both work. And every dime we have goes on our two kids with disabilities. I would love to help him fix up his diesel truck. please help me. Show my husband of 12 years how much I appreciate every thing he has done for us. please contact me.Thank you TRose at jrose001@columbus.rr.com

  17. donna Says:
    November 19th, 2006 at 10:08 pm

    I dont know if I have the right place. my dad is very ill with less than 3% of his lungs left. I know time is getting close because nobody can live that long with 3%. He is only 62 years old. He is the world to me and i would do anything for him. He has a 1988 bronco 2 which is everything to him. He has put so much money into this trying to make it look good. Now he can’t do any more due to hes getting bad. My dream for him before he goes to heaven is to have his bronco all done up and looking cool. I know you get alot of letter to do up vehicles so i would understand if you can’t help. I live in Texas and he lives in conneticut. I fly here every month to make sure he does not run out of food or anything. He lives on disability which isnt alot of money. Thank you for your time. donna

  18. Rita M. Garza Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 9:26 pm

    Hi, I would like to say Thank you to Trick My Truck for making the wishes of those in need true. Long story short. Although we totally have faith in God and believe that eveyone has a destiny. I only pray that God has mercy on my brother. He lives in Edinburg, Texas and he is a truck driver. He has 4 children and has never had the chance to buy Christmas presents for them since he became a truck driver. Although he stives for perfection on his daily runs, something always goes wrong for him. First, he was involved in an accident leaving his truck all destroyed. His 8 year old son was sleeping on the back at the time of the accident. His truck flipped due to bad wheather. It was a rainy day that caused the truck to slide and flip over. The accident was so bad that Danny suffered broken ribs, legs and arms. Danny was rushed to the hospital in critical conditions. Since he had no money to fix the truck he stopped working ending up with no money to pay his bills. He did not even had money to buy diapers for his 2 month old baby. He started selling candies to buy milk and diapers for the kids. As family members we felt his desperation and we helped him get food and non-food items thru donations from churches. Second, after a friend offered to fix his truck,my parents asked for loans with very high interest rates to help him fix the truck again. Two months had passed and while driving thru Illinois a very cold Christmas Day in 2005 the truck’s motor busted. He was not able to fix it and was stranded for 5 days in the cold weather, with no heather, water, food or money. As a sister, I did what I could to send him money so that he could eat. I found old clothes from my children and did a garage sale to collect money for him. I ended up with $55 which was not enough to fix his motor but at least he was able to buy hot cocoa and coffe to keep him warm. He was able to rent a motel room and defrost only to come back next day to the same old coldness. He has not been able to provide his family what they deserve, happiness. His dream of having a truck that runs good might not always come true, but I know that God does not FORGET him. God Bless!

  19. Linda Says:
    December 14th, 2006 at 12:54 am

    Just wanted to say that our entire family enjoy Trick My Truck. We were wondering who the artist is that plays the song at the beginning of your show. It is good to see a show that has the main characters enjoying what they are doing instead of complaining constantly all through the show. Thanks for a great show.

  20. Christy Sulham Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 4:14 pm

    Please help the bravest man I ever knew. My Step-Dad has been driving truck for many, many years. He raised his four biological children on his own and accepted responsibility for raising me and my other two sisters as well. My Step-Dad was always driving truck to try and put food on the table and there were times that we did not see much of him and the money was not plentiful. But….I am not sad that we did not grow up with out much. I actually feel fortunate that he taught us all how to persevere, and what the true meaning to commitment, cherish and love really meant. How can one ever truly describe what that means? I think I know. My Step-Dad is now 60 yrs. old, and still truckin’. His truck is beat up, and we gasp each time we look at it. But, he is partial to his truck and he never seems to amaze me at his dedication to his profession, and his children although we are all grown now. One of the proudest memories I have growing up is listening for the distinct sound of the chains on his truck, and although we couldn’t see the truck we knew it was him. We would all go out in the street and wave him home, and he always had a smile on his face. We would all stand out in the street and pull our arms up and down in the air until he would sound the air horn and then we would laugh uncontrollably. Please…Trick his truck.

  21. Terri KnPP Says:
    December 23rd, 2006 at 11:20 am

    My husband is a big fan of your show. He has been driving truck for thirty-five years. He owns a 1999 Peterbilt 379 model with a Cat motor. MY Husband comes home on the week-end and continuely works on his truck to improve performance and looks. He just bought this truck and has been correcting and trying modify it,
    Trucking has been our soul provider, not only is my Husband a driver but we are Agents for Kaplan Trucking in Cleveland, Ohio. It would be a great Honor if my Husband’s truck was chosen fo a make-over.

  22. Anna Holley Says:
    December 29th, 2006 at 4:30 pm

    My grandfather has been driving trucks for a very long time. His truck looks like a hunk of junk. He really needs a new one. He works very hard. He gets up at 3:00 am and when he gets home he is too tired to work on his truck. He needs something special to happen to him. He takes care of his family by trucking. He deserves a better truck to drive. I really like your show. I’m 9 years old and would love to see my grandfather happy.

  23. Sharon Says:
    January 1st, 2007 at 9:26 pm

    My daughter talked us in to watching your show and I think it is great what you are doing for truck drivers. Most of them all they can do is drive because of the price of fuel, it is hard to fix what needs to be fixed and when your truck breaks down that is your lively hood. My husband has been driving for about 38 years and has seen all the hardships of t/d’s and has experienced most of them himself. November 23, 2006, he had to have unexpected quadruple heart bypass surgery. He is not going to be able to work for 3 months from the date of his surgery. I am a cancer survivor 3 times now and have to face it every six months. He has never complained when our money goes for medical bills when he would like to fix his truck. To me, he is my hero and I would like to see him get a little bit of his wish of getting his truck fixed so that I could go with him. Thank you for listening, I just love him so much and Thank the Lord for him.

  24. raja and josh mathura Says:
    January 14th, 2007 at 6:25 pm

    dear trick my truck

    i wanted to know if you would help my dad ben out. he has been a truck diver for 20 years and we wanted to help him out with his t200 kenworth. the truck is an old truck he got it when he totaled his t600.and the truck was running good until the engine got 1400000 miles on it. and when we dont have school we ask him to go with him on the truck. he says no because the light keep go off for the engine.and when he comes home he dont have any time for s because he is always work on his truck. so please help my dad find happness in is truck.

  25. wanda mathura Says:
    January 14th, 2007 at 6:35 pm

    please help us fix my husband truck he is a good person that help everyone no matter what we run in to some hard time and we are not able to fix his truck right now he love his family and has always took care of us so please help us take care of him by helping us to show him how much he mean to us thank you the mathura family.

  26. Sandra Phillips Says:
    January 20th, 2007 at 10:11 pm

    Hey guys…
    Please “Trick My husband’s Truck.
    It’s a 1990 International Eagle Series 18 wheeler dump truck in need of your help. In the winter months, the business is down tremendously. With that in mind the costly repairs to keep the trunk in shape to handle the business. It saddens me to hear him say, “This is my last year in this business,” due to complications with the truck, his only truck for 8yrs. Being middle-aged, he can’t get out the business to get another job. We are in Jackson, MS in need of your services. He formely worked for Ryder Integrated Logistics here in the city. It will lift him higher to have something he can treasure and drive with confidence to provide for his family. Considering us will give this city a part of history being made with this company and affiliates. Please consider his truck as part of this miracously endeavor. After seeing it, you’ll see…Thank You

  27. CARRIE JONES Says:
    January 20th, 2007 at 11:56 pm


  28. sharon erickson Says:
    January 24th, 2007 at 12:04 am

    Myhusband has bean driving truck for14 years.He is a owner operator, he is a very dedicated trucker.There has bean many hard times.The one truck he loved the most, wind blue it over.He now owns a International 9900 year 2000.I truely and honestly beleave my husband deserves to have his truck tricked out because he is the most generous man that I know. He works so hard and he just gives and gives, nothing has ever bean for him.He just made his last payment Jan. 2007.He has made us a beautiful home , and it would be great to be able to make his home on the road beautiful to. Please help me give him something back. Yours truely Sharon Erickson

  29. Linda J. Cooper Says:
    January 24th, 2007 at 9:02 am

    I was wondering if you ever thought about taking your show out on the road. My husbands name is Tony and we live outside of Chicago. Tony has been a trucker most of his life. He has worked 12-16 hour days for the 31 years we’ve been married. We have let family members and friends live with us for years when they had come up on tough times and lost everything. We never asked for anything not even for food money until these people could get back on their feet. His diabetes finally took it’s toll on him and he became insulin dependent. He can no longer have his D.O.T. license. He may even become disabled due to naraphy in his limbs. He stares at the t.v. everymorning telling me that used to be him stuck in traffic. He watches me go off to work while he cries. He want’s to work. I was wondering if you could trick his CAR??? He needs to feel like he’s back in a truck again. I know he feel’s like he’s lost his manlihood. The Chrome Shop Mafia can work miracles. I know you help people who are having hard times, but what about the truckers that just lost their life long dream of trucking? What a great new twist for your show. I was just wondering.

  30. sharon erickson Says:
    January 24th, 2007 at 2:50 pm

    My husband has bean driving truck for 14 years,he is a owner operater. He has a 2000International 9900.Jan. 2007 he just made his last payment.Im so proud of him, he has worked so hard to finaly get to were he is, This man is the most generious person I know. He has done so much for me and my kids.That theres know way to ever pay him back.My gradbaby Neavah Ray she loves being in that truck with her pappa.Itwould mean so much to me if you could help me trick his truck out.I just want to make him happy like he has made us Yours truely. Sharon Erickson

  31. Annette Sheffield Says:
    February 6th, 2007 at 1:51 pm

    Hello Everyone! I would like to congratulate you and say “Thanks” for the wonderful things you are doing for the people in need. My family enjoys watching your program and we are always anxious to see the finished product. I am writing about my fiancee, Gary, he lost his job of 16 years. He kept a smile on his face, bought a freightliner and a trailer and he is out on the road. He is always helpful to anyone in need, and would not pass by anyone that would need his help. He is a big man with an equally big heart. Since he has been out on the road he has faced so many hurdles and at times I wonder how he has the inner strength to keep going. He is so deserving of the opportunity that your show could give him. WE BOTH would be honored if you would considered tricking his truck.

  32. sonya carr Says:
    February 9th, 2007 at 12:14 pm

    I have a good friend who really needs his truck tricked. He has always made a living by hauling hay. Over the last 5 years his life has turned upside down. He lost his wife of 20 years in 2001 of a massive heart attack while they were taking their first vacation. At the time they still had four of their six children still at home. They were living up in Oregon and with him being a long haul trucker it was difficult to keep up with his children and find babysitters when needed. So he ended up moving onto his brothers property in an old, old on it’s last leg trailer. In 2002 we began to date and things were going slow but still going. Then in late 2004 he began having changes in his mental status and also constant nausea, loss of balance, etc. He even had Life Flight bring him into the hospital after a particular ugly seizure. Finally a brillant doctor by the name of Dr. Meneze discovered he had West Nile Virus. Before this
    problem had a name, he had two life threatening accidents. In his confusion he thought he had to pick up his children from school. They had been riding the bus since they moved out to his brothers property. He became confused and ended up on a back road by the river and somehow managed to slip and fall into the Sacramento River. He also fell down the hill on the property and wasn’t found for a few hours. He managed to survive both incidents but by this time the virus had attacked his central nervous system and he just literally shut down. He was like an infant. He was in the hospital for several months then it was time for him to continue his care either at a nursing home or with family full time care. His eldest son Steven came down and took him up to Alaska. Over a period of 5 months he began to get better and wanted to come back home. While he was in this state of confusion his two sons were placed in foster care. He had originally written a statement that if anything happened to him he wanted to boys to come with me, he lost this his wallet when he went into the Sacramento River.
    Anyway he is back home, much better, has his youngest son back and his daughter and her husband to help with the young son and for him to get back to work. He will for the rest of his life take medication to keep this virus from killing him. If he misses his medication for any reason this virus would come back and most likely kill him or leave him a vegatable.

    He has an old truck his brother bought for him out of his social security money he was getting but it really needs alot of work. He is working now for a man he has known for years, still hauling hay. It would be so sweet if he could have a helping hand getting that rig up and ready to haul hay. If their is ever someone who deserves some goodness in his life it is Kenneth Moore aka “Bud”. I will pray that someone is listening and give this kind man a break.

    Thank you for your time.

  33. Amber James Says:
    February 15th, 2007 at 12:18 am

    My father is a trucker he has not only helped my brothers in I when we needed help but he just lost his little brother back in October and had to pay for the funeral, and hes having a hard time getting ahead so if you could please trick his track I am sure that would bring my dad back to his some what normal self PLEASE do this for me.

  34. Terri Says:
    February 15th, 2007 at 12:20 am

    I would love for you to trick my husbands truck. He had a rough year in 2006 which took most of our savings. His truck needed about 8000.00 worth of work and the same week his brother died which he paid for most of his funeral this was right before Christmas. Hes a very hard working man and sometimes see him once a week and thats just coming to get another load to go out again. He has helped all of our children lately because two are in college and then has helped them with our grandchildren. His truck is his pride and joy and this would be a dream come true!!!! Thank you for your consideration!!!!

  35. helen Says:
    February 23rd, 2007 at 10:45 am

    i bought a used truck for my freind . we went together 30 years ago in high school.we found each other again two ears ago. i thought it would be a great surprise for him… i was the one surprised .. he can no longer drive and i have standard truck . which was supose to be for farm use . which i can only drive auto matic. the inside on the truch looks terriable and the out side is not bad just old like us…lol..could you help us out and make it a pretty automatic truck?…i would still like to drive it i am just not learning standard very well.. i am afraid one of us wont make it through my trying to learn how to shift..lol.. help…

  36. Keenan Says:
    February 23rd, 2007 at 9:26 pm

    Hi my name is Keenan, I live in Osawatomie, KS not too far from you guys in Joplin. I’m 12 years almost 13 years old and my dad has been through some real hard times. He used to work for Sysco Food Services in Olathe and they took away his big hauls and he lost a big cut in pay. They then forced him to resign for legibly spreading rumors. Then he had a couple jobs and didn’t have much luck he got fired at most of them for dumb reasons. He worked for my uncle as a mechanic. Then my uncle got a truck and put my dad in it for a while, but he had to drive up to Kansas city every day and it cost him a lot in gas. And it was just barely paying for gas. Then a friend had a truck without a motor and got let it happen and he put a motor in it. That was his dream to own his own truck for the 17 years he’s been driving. He started to haul cars and makes ok money, but then the motor just went out and he doesn’t have the money to fix it right now or buy a new one. And my parents almost lost their house because of just starting driving his own truck they missed some payments. My dad needs some help, his truck is a 1999 Freightliner Century Class. PLEASE consider it and TRICK HIS TRUCK! He will be sooooooooo happy!!!!

    Thanks Alot,

  37. dustin hinojosa Says:
    March 10th, 2007 at 11:45 pm

    hi my name is dustin hinojosa i am 12 yrs. old. my dad drives well used 2 dive a 1994 freightliner. my daddy means the world 2 me. he has been thru so much.he spent all his 401k money on this truck it was his dream truck. by the way we live in plainview,tx. i don’t know whats going on but we have had so much bad luck. my dad is a very hard worker always on the road, but his truck really needs alot of body work. we were in dallas,tx when he lost his step on the right side and just many things to name. there is 8 of us living at home and right now he’s the only one working. we don’t have enough money to get his truck fixed so right now he is using my grandpa’s truck. i pray to god that he can get his truck back. i watch your shows all the time it just makes me cry cuz i think what my dad would do if it happen to him. so i want to c if u can trick my truck i don’t care how it comes out he would be very blessed by you guys. thank you guys your awsome and the best!!!!!!!!! GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU!!!

  38. deborah rosser Says:
    March 16th, 2007 at 12:15 am

    Hello!! My 46 year old brother has driven a truck for years. He started out as a kid riding with my ex-husband on trips out of
    Alabama. He finally got to where he could buy his own truck. I am so happy for him and I told him I would get in touch with trick my truck because he loves the Three Stooges. When we were all little he was the youngest out of three girls and him the only boy. He kept us in trouble because our mother would threaten to whip us if we didn’t stop laughing at him. We couldn’t. He was always acting like Curly and he has it down pat. He loves Shimp now since he’s gotten older. But he can do Popye in Spainish or Curly and it is hilarious.I can’t spell. Anyway, everyone calls him Moe on the C.B. radio. I think he would be thrilled to get his truck tricked and have it decked out in Moe,Larry and Curly. He has had a hard road to travel in his life, but he is so funny that it would just be a hoot on the road. Even State Troopers call him Moe on the road. He talks like Curly so much and Carl on Sling Blade until I bet there is alot of truckers out there know who he is all the way from Ala. to Ca. Just had to give it a shot.

  39. deborah rosser Says:
    March 16th, 2007 at 12:34 am

    I had to write again after reading the other letters,I feel like sad for all of the peoples problems. My brother has an 80′s Peterbuilt and it is not the nicest thing in the world,but he is not having horrible problems. He just has been wanting to own his own truck for years and I thought it would be so neat for this to happen to him. I am afraid my story isn’t sad enough. I just feel happy for him and would get a kick out it. We love to watch the show and even my mom watches it and loves it at 75 years old. I don’t know if that is what the show is all about hard times he has had his share and I hope this is finally what will be the thing to make his life happy considering he has had so many jobs and trucking always ends up what he does and goes back to everytime.. That is it!!

  40. Robin Marler Says:
    March 18th, 2007 at 10:26 pm

    This show is great. I am not sure if I am in the right place, if you trick trucks for simple people here it is. My dad was given the cancer nod a year ago. He runs about 60 head of cattle and he has an old ford diesel truck to do it. Dad has multiple myeloma, and still finds the strength to keep going so he can provide for us all. His truck needs some serious help. There are no boys only girls and its been a challenge to say the least. when your pliers fall out the floor board going down the road. Dad used to be able to do more, but sometims he hurts to much to drive and feed. If you could see how much enjoyment he gets from his cows and teaching his (mere girl cubs)– he has a sense of hummor even with what he has to go through. You would be here tomorrow. Dad worked for 30 yrs as a Water Patrol Officer, and just when he should be enjoying his life the c word blew in. My dad has never had anything new or anything vehicle wise that actually worked right except one ole car, then a drunk driver hit that one too. We laugh a lot, you have to. This would be such a wonderful suprise for him. His home state is Missouri and lived in a little town called cassville until his job took our family to Greenville MO, thats about 30 miles short of Poplar Bluff. A good simple man making due with what he has, but man, it would be the suprise of a lifetime for someone like him. Heck if the truck shifted right, he could go back to feeding all the time. Well, thats it if anyone knows where else I could post, let me know we probably only have another year or so. Hoping for more. Robin (one of the mere girl cubs).

  41. Dianne Huber Says:
    March 21st, 2007 at 7:40 pm

    My husband has been driving for 42 years and has definitely deserved to have his truck tricked. He had an accident on the job where a fork lift ran over his lower left leg, crushing it and then ran over it again to get off of his leg. He managed to get back on the road again after 8 months of recovery and 4 surgerys later. He has managed to get back on his feet again but his truck will need an overhaul very soon and a need of other repairs. This would sure be helpful to him and take a lot of stress off of him wondering how he will do this when the time comes. Thanks for a great show!

  42. Marilyn Says:
    March 25th, 2007 at 4:48 pm

    My husband is an otr driver. He bought his 1st truck in 2000. Due to truck breakdowns eating all his pay, we weren’t able to keep up payments. In Nov,2002, he suffered a nervous breakdown from this. He said he was going to set himself on fire & kill himself. The police took him to a mental facility where he spent a week. Upon his release, the police arrested him & charged him with 1st degree attempted arson!
    Anyway, he plead guilty(on advice of his crummy attorney)and received 5 years probation. His truck was repossesed in Feb,2003.
    In Aug,2005, the police arrested him on phony, trumped-up charges(which were all dismissed), but our horrible county took away his probation & sentenced him to 5 yrs in prison. He has to serve 2 & will be out in July.
    He was our main source of income. The final straw was when I was forced to sell my old van(and only vehicle)in order to pay bills.
    My son is an O/O with 2 vehicles; one is a 1988 Peterbilt 379. It needs some work done to it & is on a storage lot. He wants my husband to drive it for him(and it will be his), but he can’t afford to fix it. It will be difficult enough for my husband to get hired anywhere, and this will be his chance at a new start. Can you possibly ‘Trick his Truck’ so that it may be roadworthy & a job for him when he gets released?

  43. RoseCarmethine Says:
    March 25th, 2007 at 5:13 pm

    My husband is an otr driver. He bought his 1st truck in 2000. Due to truck breakdowns eating all his pay, we weren’t able to keep up payments. In Nov,2002, he suffered a nervous breakdown from this. He said he was going to set himself on fire & kill himself. The police took him to a mental facility where he spent a week. Upon his release, the police arrested him & charged him with 1st degree attempted arson!
    Anyway, he plead guilty(on advice of his crummy attorney)and received 5 years probation. His truck was repossesed in Feb,2003.
    In Aug,2005, the police arrested him on phony, trumped-up charges(which were all dismissed), but our horrible county took away his probation & sentenced him to 5 yrs in prison. He has to serve 2 & will be out in July.
    He was our main source of income. The final straw was when I was forced to sell my old van(and only vehicle)in order to pay bills.
    My son is an O/O with 2 vehicles; one is a 1988 Peterbilt 379. It needs some work done to it & is on a storage lot. He wants my husband to drive it for him(and it will be his), but he can’t afford to fix it. It will be difficult enough for my husband to get hired anywhere, and this will be his chance at a new start. Can you possibly ‘Trick his Truck’ so that it may be roadworthy & a job for him when he gets released?

  44. John Salsburey Says:
    March 29th, 2007 at 9:56 pm

    I want to nominate a good friend who will help out anyone and has. This owner operator is driving a 1996 KW with 1.4 million miles on it.He has done more selfless acts then anyone on this planet. He is constantly giving and deserves to have something in return.He recently had an unexpected transmission bill for over 4000.00 and could really use a break, His love of planes and flight would make a great theme for your show. This person resides just outside of Toledo,Oh

  45. Dennis Says:
    April 14th, 2007 at 9:59 pm

    I have a friend IN aberdeen Wa.His name is George Yacovich. George is a one of a kind escavator/dump truck owner/operator.George well help any at the drop of a hat and ask for nothing back.George’s equeptment is in bad need of help. I have been helping him keeping things running but they keep breaking down. His truck is about a 1975 kenworth the dump is beat up.George has had some bad times and has pulled through.george likes hunting and fishing.He a great friend and a super person.I think George deserves something good to happen to him for a change. We never see anything from around here on television. So if we could see anything it would be nice to see it happen to George.

    Thank You
    Dennis McEntyre

  46. jim milliron Says:
    April 26th, 2007 at 7:10 pm

    I have an 86 ford ltl9000 that I run se usa, I’ve watched your show alot when I can and the truck I run is something different than any the chrome mafia shop has tackled. It is a 34ft tandem axle mechanic’s truck that all I do is repair cranes and draglines around southern usa. The truck just got a new engine but the rest of it could sure use some major beautification. I won’t even need a loaner truck if tmt should pick mytruck. thank you Jim Milliron ocala fla

  47. jim milliron Says:
    April 26th, 2007 at 7:15 pm

    I have an 86 ford LTL 9000 that I run S.E USA, I’ve watched your show alot when I can and the truck I run is something different than any the chrome Mafia shop has tackled. It is a 34ft tandem axle mechanic’s truck that all I do is repair cranes and draglines around southern USA. The truck just got a new engine but the rest of it could sure use some major beautication. I won’t even need a loaner truck if TMT should pick my truck. Thank you Jim Milliron ocala fla

  48. Valarie Says:
    May 26th, 2007 at 6:14 pm

    Hi, I would like to introduce a very special man with a wonderful family. His name is Wendell Pinkney, ownder of Pinckneys towing and service. Wendell and his family run a small towing business, and he has a couple trucks that are desperate need of work, i would just like to see one of them done for him. They have been wonderful friends to me and have done many favors for a lot of people in our small community, they are always ready to help and quite often do not get paid.He just has a kind heart. He and his wife Tina both have different physical handicaps and do their best together to keep the business going, and most of the time do not have enough money to get done what is needed. I would like nothing more than to see them rewarded for their hard work, dedication and always giving spririts.They open their hearts and even their home to help whenever they can. Please, “Trick” their tow truck.

  49. Jaclyn VanBuren Says:
    June 19th, 2007 at 3:21 pm

    My Uncle Wayne has been a trucker for nearly 25 years. he started driving when he was 16 to help support his family, and as a batchelor has kept trucking throughout his entire life. He is totally dedicated to our family, and i would love to see him be able to enjoy his life behind the drivers wheel. He is really into airplanes, and he and his best friend bought one together. but on one of the first flights, his best friend was killed while trying to land it. His truck isnt in to bad of shape, but we would like him to know that we really love him and are allways thinking about him when he’s on the road. HE DEFINETLY DESERVES THIS! plus he loves the show!!!!!

  50. freddie kemmer Says:
    June 23rd, 2007 at 4:32 pm

    we just finih watching trick my truck. my truck is just falling a part bite by bite,it a 89 kw but the engine is good but its other things. i been driving truck since 1970. no accindent and always dreamed of havig my own rig. i’ve used all my saving to keep it on the road and all the taxes in n.c.are killing me. i need help and i pray that i’m selected for trick my truck.”the bo weaver”

  51. Gloria Davis Says:
    July 7th, 2007 at 10:29 pm

    Please contact me in getting my husbands 73 Ford Orange pickup to trick. He has had it over 30 years – no air – broken cassette player – two cracks in the front windshield – 3rd engine, pennies holding the port windows close – he had diverticulitis surgery 2006 and a heart attack 2007 – hard working country boy who once saved his paperboy earnings to put a pocket watch on layaway only to get it out finally after several weeks and broke it that same night. Raised by a step mom who did not treat him the same as her own.

  52. victoria johnson Says:
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    hi trick my truck,
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    my mom cell # is 954-325-8514

  53. Wanda Mash Says:
    July 27th, 2007 at 12:04 am

    Hi Trick My Truck
    My son’s favorite show to watch.
    For my son’s graduation in 2005 we purchased him a 1950 GMC truck.Then I got sick and was in and out of the hospital several times and he just hasn’t had the money to finish the truck.When we got the truck everything was suppose to be fine with he trucks motor, but when he had worked on the exterior for several weeks trying to get the truck ready for the prom, he started it up and the piston came through the motor. My son has purchased several chrome pieces for the truck.But he has to work a 12 hour night shift and then go to college 3 days a week. He has’nt had any luck in fixing the truck of his dreams. Need your help to make his dream come true.He is a hard working boy, Please help him if any way possible.Please contact me back on this. May God Bless you all for the job you do for the the truckers and fans. Thank you for your time.

  54. Wanda Mash Says:
    July 27th, 2007 at 12:44 am

    Hi Trick My truck
    My son’s favorite show to watch. For my son’s graduation in 2005 we purchased him a 1950 GMC pickup. Then I got sick and was in and out of the hospital severals times in the past year and half. He just has’nt had the money to finish the truck. When we got the truck everthing was suppose to be fine with the motor,but after he had worked on the exterior for several weeks trying to get it ready for the prom,he started it up and the piston came through the motor. My son has purchased several chrome pieces for the truck to redo it. He has it all took apart and refinishing the exterior again but, he works a 12 hour night shift and goes to college 3 day a week. He has’nt had any luck in finishing the truck of his dreams. We need your help to make his dream come true. He is a hard working boy,”Please” help him if any way possible he needs some happiness in his life right now. Please contact me back on this at 336-246-3493. “May God Bless” you all for what you do for all the truckers and fans. Thank you for your time.

  55. 8 -- ball Says:
    August 7th, 2007 at 3:56 pm

    Are the stories address to Trick my Truck true and do the trucks go through a roughing up by the crew to make it appear as if it’s gone thru some hard times,the reason I ask is some of the pics show fairly new digs and tie straps holding some of the parts together in reality appear fake.About the stories I know of one show where the crew worked on a truck to look like a low rider the story given was of a hard worker and loving family man,had one truck which in realty he had several trucks I know this, that trucker lives in my home town.Who screens this stories and how is it decided which story is ture? There are drivers out there that really desearve such acts.I don’t mean no disrespect on the crew they are a great bunch of people.

  56. Jessica Conner Says:
    August 10th, 2007 at 9:38 pm

    Hi…I am 15 years old and my mom owns a Ford…not sure yall do pick-up trucks, but just wondering. She has had this truck going on 6 years now.She has always wanted to get a new truck but never had the money. She is a single parent tryin to support me through high school. Ill be driving soon and she has to find me a car.She has always helped me out and now I want to fo something in return. It would be awesome if yall could trick my moms truck and fiz it for her. She means everything in the world to me.Please trick my mom’s truck for her.

  57. Lisa Bushnell Says:
    August 23rd, 2007 at 11:10 pm

    My brother is mine and my sister best friend, even though we don’t agree on some things. Our brother was in a car accident and his brain was bleeding internally we really did’t think he was going to make it. BUT WE ARE GREATFUL THAT WE STILL HAVE HIM WITH US TODAY! My sister and I think it would be nice to have you guys trick out his truck. He just has on old 1993(I THINK) chevy dooly farm truck and he is always having trouble with it all the time. Everytime he thinks he gets it fixed something else goes wrong. Our dad has always drove a truck all our lives and not home very much. My brother, on the other hand, even though younger than one of us girls has always taken care of us no matter what. AND HAS ALWAYS BEEN THERE WHEN WE NEEDED HIM. We think he deserves something in exchange for taking care of us.It would be neat to do something nice for him in exchange for everything he has done for us even when he did’t have to.
    We would like to have his truck tricked out like a big rig of some kind. PLEASE HELP US SHOW OUR BROTHER HOW MUCH HE MEANS TO US AND THAT WE LOVE HIM VERY MUCH!PLEASE TRICK OUR BROTHERS TRUCK.

    EMAIL US @ kllnbar@charter.net
    or bushnelllisa@yahoo.com

  58. JOHNATHON Says:
    September 3rd, 2007 at 7:58 pm

    Could you !!!!!!!!PLEAS!!!!!!! trick my dads truck he would apprieceate it so PLEAS CMT TRICK MY DADS TRUCK HE WILL LOVIT SOOOOO MUCH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  59. kailyn Says:
    September 6th, 2007 at 5:04 pm

    hi trick my truck my uncle kenny is a truck driver he lives in Arkensaw and he came down to visit us. me and my cosins got a tour. And it was preeeeeeeeeetty bad SOOOOOOOOO PLEASE TRICK MY UNCLES TRUCK HE WOULD RELLY LIKE THAT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  60. renee graham Says:
    September 17th, 2007 at 9:38 pm

    hello, well first off I love your show. I am writting you about a very good friend of my husband and I. His name is Oliver. He has been driving truck for probably about 20yrs. He and his wife used to ride teams. About 4 years ago, there oldest daughtor got shot by a jeolous ex girlfriend of her boyfriend at the time. Of course after that, they came off the road to take care of family issues. After about 3mths of being off the road they decided to finally get back on the road as a team. After about 8mths of driving hard the truck broke and they had to take all their savings and fix it. Next they find out that there other living daughtor was Bi-Polor and well lets just say not taking care of her own kids, so once again they come off the road to take custody of there grandchildren, and try to help there daughtor. Well, after that Oliver’s wife Denise decided that she wasn’t going on the road again. So that cut there $ in half. At this point they have gone way into debt and issue’s with the maintaince on the truck isn’t helping either. And then, tragedy happens again. Only 4mths ago, there son, daughtor-in-law and two grandchildren were shot to death by her son’s wife’s father. So now they have sadly lost a daughtor, a son, a daughtor-in-law and two beautiful grandbabies, and had one of the only tow children left diaginosed with violent Bi-Polor, and they are raising her son. Oliver’s truck isnt in really bad shape, but it does need work. And with the funeral expenses and having to raise a 5yr old all over again, they just dont have the $ to even try to fix what is wrong, and Oliver has to much pride (cause he is a man) to ask for help. This family is really deserving like many others, but with all the tragedy they have had in the last few years, I really think this could help them out and show them that there all still prayer’s answered. Thanks for all you consideration…..renee

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  62. Sally Reilly Says:
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  64. Jane Wooters Says:
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