Hot rod on 18 wheels: Antifreeze Green ’94 Pete 377

| January 25, 2014

Randy Morten

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Owner-operator Randy Morten knew he wanted a rig with character while searching for a new truck in California. The bright 1994 Peterbilt 377 caught his eye. Painted Antifreeze Green, the former owner was ready to sell to customize a rig painted Antifreeze Orange. “It was all pimped out, which drew me to the truck as a hot rod guy,” Morten says. Leased to Landstar, Morten hauls cement out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The truck, powered by a Caterpillar D346 and a 10-speed transmission, has aluminum wheels, chrome gauges and custom interior. 

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  • DaveG

    Really, a D346? That’s a 7,000# engine (more than twice the wiegh of a “normal” truck engine

  • Daniel Kupke

    Never heard of it ??

  • Mikey G Gonzalez

    Lol it’s a 3406 model a mechanical engine, I should know I’m the original owner of the 377 Petercar with the Bostrum low low seats in it. My son still says he wants that Peterbilt back lol. Yes sir it has a very heathlty cat engine under that hood, with 370 gears that truck would haul butt up the grapevine here just south of Bakersfield Ca. Enjoy that Petercar like I did many miles under my belt with that truck.

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