As one of several large automotive publishers, Argus jumped into the performance truck market with Super Street Truck. Starting as a quarterly magazine in 1990, by 1992 it went to bi-monthly. Its focus was on improved performance and appearance for mostly Chevy pickups, but they threw in a few Fords for good measure. Pickups for most decades were addressed, and content was feature vehicles and a healthy dose of "how-to" articles.
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The publisher provided some data to The Standard Periodical Directory for 1994 only, but circulation data was reported as zero.
A total of 12 issues was printed from Summer, 1990 through November, 1993. All cover images are complete. Note: there is a gap for early 1992, and the magazine may have had a loss of readers due to the Gulf War. That war negatively impacted other titles in this time period.