Troy Huddleston ripped his '91 FLD apart in 2006 and rebuilt it as a Classic with butterfly doors and an interior equipped with chrome and leather.
Pat bought his 2010 Peterbilt 389 in January 2010 and immediately began tearing it apart and rebuilding it as a working show truck.
Wes Malmgren poured all the artistry he could muster into his personal 379.
Stephen Ashburn’s 2005 Peterbilt 379 presented an ideal starting point for his truck-showing career.
From a distance, Night Train Trucking owner Paul Voigt’s flattop ’99 Peterbilt looks like a nicely done black-and-blue reefer combo, but when the sun goes down, it turns into a light show on wheels.
The story of Vant's fleet's success, built on a strategy of good driver treatment: "I've never had a truck make me a dime -- it's the person sitting in the seat."
Jeremy Graves fulfilled a lifelong dream by rebuilding his '07 379.
A few familiar faces brought home Best of Show trophies at The Great West Truck Show Pride & Polish this weekend.
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