An Oldie but Goodie

| September 11, 2005

Custom Paint – Graphics (combo)
Gwillim, with his Peterbilt 359 Extended Hood; Les Sullivan of Springfield, Ill., with his white and ultra violet 2003 Western Star; Tom and Kim Turner, with their Peterbilt 379

Custom Paint – Graphics (bobtail)
Jeff Hamilton of Florissant, Mo., with his orange/red/gold 2001 Kenworth W900L; Randy Huddleston of Willow Hill, Ill., with his champagne 1995 Freightliner FLD 132; Zary, with his Mack B61

WT: 2000-1992 combination
Tom and Kim Turner, with their Peterbilt 379; Johnson, with his Freightliner Classic; Neal Dykman of Butler, Mo., with his blue 2000 Peterbilt 379

WT: 1991 and older combination
Gwillim, with his Peterbilt 359 Extended Hood; Dave Friend of Rossville, Ind., with his red 1980 Peterbilt Extended Hood; Lavern Cross of Middlebury, Ind., with her teal and purple 1982 Kenworth W900A

WT: 2006-2003 bobtail conventional
Jeremy Heiderscheit of Peosta, Ill., with his brown/blue 2003 Peterbilt 379; Matt Baenziger of Kingston, Ill., with his viper red 2005 Peterbilt 379; Mike Panek of Batavia, Ill., with his gray 2003 Kenworth W900L

WT: 2002-1996 bobtail conventional
Ryan Avenarius of Dubuque, Iowa, with his gray 2001 Freightliner Classic XL; Russ and Debbie Brown, with their Freightliner Classic XL; Garrard, with his Western Star

WT: 1995-1989 bobtail conventional
Ron Brubaker of Sigourney, Iowa, with his yellow 1993 Peterbilt 379; Huddleston, with his Freightliner FLD 132

WT: 1988-1981 bobtail conventional
Gary Vaughn of Johnston, Iowa, with his yellow 1981 Kenworth W900A; Darrel Madden of New London, Mo., with his blue 1986 Mack Superliner; Jerry Hockaday of Moline, Ill., with his green and white 1986 Peterbilt 359

WT: 1980 & older bobtail conventional
Stoneman, with his GMC 970; Tim Miller of Oelwein, Iowa., with his green 1969 Peterbilt 359

WT: 2000-2001
Kirk Rolling of LeMars, Iowa, with his candy apple red 2003 Peterbilt 379; Billy Carter of Victor, Iowa, with his white 2003 Kenworth W900L; Swanson, with his Kenworth W900B

Don Marvin’s Shih Tzu, Skaker, was awarded “Best Dressed” in the Trucker’s Best Friend pet contest. Sassy, a Jack Russell terrier owned by David Reynolds, of Edwardsville, Kan., won the “Owner Look-a-Like” competition. The “Best Trick” was performed by Seven, a Chihuahua owned by Tony Chasten of Pocahontas, Ariz. The Pet Contest was sponsored by Bell Additives.

High Heels and 18 Wheels
Former trucker Bobbie Cecchini has traveled down many rough roads in her life, and at the age of 57, she is telling her story in a touching autobiography, High Heels & 18 Wheels: Confessions of a Lady Trucker, with the help of British thriller writer Roger Radford.

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