Just about every kid had a truck phase at some point – and it’s not hard to see why. From fire trucks to school buses to long-haul semis, these massive vehicles are certainly impressive as they sail through the streets. They’ve come a long way since the early days of American trucking – and you can take a trip back in time in Basking Ridge. A massive collection in New Jersey is the world’s largest number of antique trucks in one place, and even more impressively, it’s all the work of one man. The Mahan Collection Foundation is spread over multiple buildings and forty acres, and any truck lover will be in heaven without ever having to leave The Garden State.

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Have you been to the Mahan Collection Foundation in Basking Ridge? Let us know what you think about this massive collection in New Jersey in the comments section. You can arrange a tour of the collection through their website and learn more about their upcoming events on their Facebook page. For another trip back in time, consider visiting this massive farmers’ market.

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