custom rigs

10 rigs of Halloween: Seasonal, eerie and just plain scary

As part of Overdrive's 13 Days of Halloween — a slideshow featuring 10 trucks of Halloween.

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October’s featured show truck: ’94 379

That’s what Ronnie King’s wife had to say about this Ripe & Ready, this 1994 Peterbilt 379 – pictured with model Shelby – after he laid on the bright yellow paint.

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Ripe & Ready: Correction and update

Ronnie King sold his 1994 Peterbilt 379 between the time we last spoke with him and our current, October 2012 issue, which features the truck in the Custom Rigs opening spread.

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2013 Pride & Polish championship series continues Friday

The Charlotte Diesel Super Show will play host to the second qualifying round of the 2013 Overdrive's Pride & Polish season. The show starts Friday, Oct. 5, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 6, in Concord, N.C., at the zMax Dragway adjacent to the Charlotte Motor Speedway. The four Best of Show winners from the show will be invited to Dallas for the Great American Trucking Show in August 2013 to square off against the Best of ...

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Yamko’s No. 136

Yamko’s two-man approach to putting together uniquely combinations of new and old garners more attention each year.

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Video: Low Life, Pride & Polish National Champion

John O'Keefe talks about the inspiration and execution for his 2007 Peterbilt 379 and 2011 Mac dump.

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Full Pride & Polish winners list

The entire list of winners from the Great American Trucking Show and the Pride & Polish National Championship series.

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John Anderson to play at Great American Trucking Show

Multi-award winning singer John Anderson will play a free concert for GATS attendees Friday, Aug. 24.

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Pride & Polish National Championship culminates this week

Dozens of trucks square off this week at the Great American Trucking Show for the Pride & Polish championship.

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Quite a stretch

Gene McKinny started work on his 379 by stretching the frame to add a detachable towing unit. From there, he says, it was all down hill.

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