The third season of CMT’s Trick My Truck comes to an end tonight with
the eighth out of eight new episodes. In the season finale, Dustin
Stout, from Pass Christian, Mississippi gets a visit from the Chrome
Shop Mafia. Dustin took his first ride in a truck when he was three years old.
In the second episode of the third season of CMT’s TRICK MY TRUCK, the
Chrome Shop Mafia, a down-home crew of truck mechanics, turn their attention to a different kind of truck. Joe Patty’s mission is
to make his local community a safe place to live. When the Arlington,
Tennessee Native isn’t patrolling the streets as a police officer, Joe can
be seen driving his ice cream truck through town.
CMT’s famed series Trick My Truck returns for a third season when the
Chrome Shop Mafia, a down-home crew of truck mechanics, take their
creativity to a new level in eight new episodes. Joe Henry, from
Asbury, Mo., is the proud owner of two poultry farms.
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.