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Holiday blues: Photo gallery of December’s featured truck

| December 20, 2012

It was beginning to feel a bit like Christmas when Dallas-based model Ally, wearing a fur-trimmed snowflake outfit, posed in front of show truck Deja Blue.

Owner Bill Hall Jr. says he got a kick out of seeing truckers do a double take during the holiday-themed photo shoot after the 2012 Great American Trucking Show in August. His custom-built 2005 Peterbilt 379’s successful debut at Overdrive’s Pride & Polish show earned him a first-place trophy in Working Combo.

The newest show truck addition to his 138-truck fleet is painted its signature blue – dubbed “nightmare blue” – with 12 white stripes and a custom kick plate, 8-inch Dynaflex stacks, 22-inch Valley Chrome front and rear bumpers and more than 400 custom lights. The classic-retro look fits with Hall’s two other winning show trucks, El Patron and True Blue.

Here are the highlights from the photo shoot with Ally and Hall’s truck:

  • Toby

    11 pictures of her and 1 of the truck?!?! Did anyone tell that photographer there’s more to a truck than the front right corner? Wish we could have seen more of it.

  • James

    Would be awesome pics if she wasn’t in it. She was blocking the view.

  • dixierose

    Everybody loves a beautiful girl but i would have liked to have seen the TRUCK

  • MadDog

    Don’t need a woman to make the truck if it is a one show truck,…show more of the truck….woman is nice …but put her in the drivers seat….

  • truckingismylife

    Ally-She is sooooooo BEAUTIFUL!!

  • Gregga Trott

    They only showed us the one side of the truck because the other side is muffed up LOL


    Guess The Photographer is’t a truck driver. Tomany shots of the same corner and girl. have A trucker do the photos next time.

  • Mike Jones

    ..nope he IS a truck driver..he knows about Priorities…

  • oneton

    Thats a sharp lookn pete! To bad its got a bucket behind it.

  • Harry Geedy

    Too much girl and not enough Pete! strives to maintain an open forum for reader opinions. Click here to read our comment policy.