Craig A. Fitzgerald – Writer, Photographer, Editor

Online Portfolio – 2014

Boston Globe – Four Full-Size Trucks Built for Work


Once upon a time, trucks didn’t have leather interiors, integrated navigation systems, or heated steering wheels. As late as the early 1990s, when you bought a truck from the low end of the pecking order, it didn’t come with a headliner, carpet, or even rear bumper as standard equipment. Trucks for actual work, rather than for toting a Harley around on the weekends, are kind of a rarity now. Still full-size truck manufacturers continue to offer them to suit both fleet buyers and private citizens looking for vehicles that can actually haul a full load of sheetrock once in a while.

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