The truck was a gift to you via will, so it is separate property. Possession does not change the character of the property.
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If, however, you trade the truck in on a new truck then the new truck will be community property if it comes into existence during a marriage.
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My colleagues are correct the gift to you (the truck) is separate property. However, there may be issues if any community property assets were used to maintain the truck during the marriage.
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