DieselSellerz: Bucket-List Destination for Diesel Fans

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Every pickup truck enthusiast should have a bucket list of places to visit before they die. Maybe it's to the plant that made the truck in your driveway. Maybe it's to Iowa 80, the largest truck stop in the world off Interstate 80 in Iowa. Maybe it's to Moab, Utah, to see full-size pickups navigate crazy 4x4 trails. Or maybe your deepest desire is to see where some of the most amazing diesel trucks are built and where "Diesel Brothers" is filmed.

DieselSellerz is just north of Salt Lake City in Woods Cross, Utah, where you'll find some of the biggest and most impressive full-size diesel-powered vehicles you'll ever see, as well as a treasure trove of Diesel Power knickknacks, sweat shirts and truck gear. Some of the vehicles on display are pickups, some are monster SUVs and some are special creations from the twisted minds of Heavy D and Diesel Dave of "Diesel Brothers" fame.

Take time to look inside and out, because you'll find some of the past creations that the team at DieselSellerz has given away, along with unique creations that are for sale. And if you wander around the parking lot, you'll likely find some pretty cool trucks owned by DieselSellerz team members.

Here are just a few of the vehicles we saw the day we visited. For more information about the shop, the rigs onsite, the giveaway trucks or how to get there, visit DieselSellerz.com or call 855-344-9933.

Cars.com photos by Mark Williams

 

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Comments

That el Camino 4x4 and the Chevy Kodiak 4x4 are great! I'd buy them if I could afford them.

No Fords? Guess it goes to show not even the pro's want anything to do with them power junks!

Even these guys don't use Ford diesels. Lol
I'd like to try that RZR side by side, looks like it would be pretty tippy though.!

Even these guys don't use Ford diesels. Lol
I'd like to try that RZR side by side, looks like it would be pretty tippy though.!

Forget about the lifted bodies. Variety of vehicle appears to be missing in the US

Is it me or was there a brand missing in all these photos? Maybe they’re all collecting rust and weeds in “someone’s” backyard.

No comment.

Phallic symbols for insecure men.

Hi like your work but have a 1994 chevy one ton 4c4 im disabled and cant afford to fix it up like i want it and im a volenteer firefighter for oklahoma . was wondering if you hlep people

I watch your show it's fantastic,



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