Miami entrepreneur Juan Ibarra manages lucrative properties in South Florida, including a strip mall, shopping center and warehouse complex – the latter of which is used as a parking space for some of his most prized possessions.
His ’65 AC Cobra, ’62 Bel Air Coupe and ’63 Ford F-100 decorate the property. But one custom vehicle overshadows them all – Ibarra’s Road Hawg, a Harley-Davidson-themed 1989 Peterbilt 379 with a 355-inch wheelbase, painted and pinstriped wheels and leather floor covering.
He picked the truck up in near-junk condition from its previous owner in spring 2008. By November it was winning awards at shows across the country, including first in Best Interior and third overall in the Limited Mileage category at the 2009 75 Chrome Shop’s Pride & Polish in Wildwood, Fla. Check out the gallery below:
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