We've known Chuck Coulter for a few years having first met him at the Phoenix, Arizona, Super Chevy Show. His '59 Suburban is a gem and we've featured it in Classic Trucks magazine. Of course it has taken its share of awards. We admire the classic lines and the straightforward gray and silver color so when we saw a Suburban at the Tucson show, which looked like Chuck's but had a different color on it, we were intrigued. Turns out it was the Coulter ride but with quite a few changes. Chuck wasn't just looking for a way to stay busy, the truck needed some work after being involved in a wreck, so why not change the color? Returning from a show in the upper Midwest during the summer, Chuck encountered some bad road on I-40 en route to his home in Sedona, Arizona. His pickup and trailer slid sideways (the trailer holding the Suburban) and the result was the trailer on its right side with the rear of the Chevy pickup about 6 feet in the air, but still upright! Chuck was convinced the Sub was a goner and he didn't even want to open the doors for the police, but of course he had to. Amazingly the truck was still suspended from the floor with damage only from loose objects bouncing around inside. Not even one piece of glass was broken! The trailer was turned upright and pulled home. It is still in use today. It is a Featherlite so guess who took home the Featherlite Transport award. Hard way to get it but Chuck has no complaints. Go to our Web site coverage for a look at the trailer. Barry Ellis' '55 Suburban hasn't got the adventure stories to tell that we heard about... ...the Coulter '59 Suburban, but it does present a look at how tow great classic Chevy trucks have been re-done in different styles, and they both look great! ...the Coulter '59 Suburban, but it does present a look at how tow great classic Chevy tru Project X is nearing the end of its 2003 Road Tour run. We couldn't miss a chance to get that great Arizona sunlight and scenery around it. Project X is nearing the end of its 2003 Road Tour run. We couldn't miss a chance to get t 1941 Chevys are almost as popular as old Suburbans in Tucson. This '41 is the Outstanding Street Rod award winner for Street Rodder magazine. It belongs to James Spencer of Tucson. For a look at another Great '41, see our Web site coverage. 1941 Chevys are almost as popular as old Suburbans in Tucson. This '41 is the Outstanding Here's where not to be. Obviously the person in the red shirt trying to get an exclusive rearend shot of a jet car hasn't been in this position before. We saw him for a second or two, then the smoke came, and we didn't see him after that. Let's hope he learned a valuable lesson without paying a price. Here's where not to be. Obviously the person in the red shirt trying to get an exclusive r Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!