’70s fever: 1977 KW catches lots of highway attention

| February 26, 2014

Rick Sousa

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Owner-operator Rick Sousa of Portsmouth, R.I., hauls general commodities with his 1977 Kenworth W900A and says the paint job is popular with passers-by. The truck is powered by a Caterpillar motor and a 13-speed transmission. Sousa, who has been an owner-operator for 40 years, says when he pushes the pedal on his rig, “she moves right out.”

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