custom rigs

Antique Mack finds Fountain of Youth

Danny Lea bought and rebuilt a 1963 Mack B-75 to teach his grandchildren about “what trucking used to be.” The truck, which was on display for the first time at the Great American Trucking Show, earned a third-place finish in the Antique Bobtail category in Pride & Polish.

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Blair Weatherby’s 1998 Kenworth C500

This 1998 Kenworth C500 is used in Canada's Northwest Territories on and off the ice roads, hauling heavy equipment, skid shacks, mobile homes, houses, buildings and more.

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Bandit truck racing series returns to Missouri this weekend

This weekend’s race will be held Saturday night at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. Gates will open at 6 p.m., and racing will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the race are $20 for adults, $14 for seniors and $10 for children. Family tickets are available for $50.

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Danny Acuna’s 2007 Peterbilt 379 Legacy Class Edition

Acuna, out of Princeton, Texas, drives for Mabank, Texas-based Muirhead Trucking hauling produce and poultry to the Northwest and back to Texas.

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Knockout shots of the country’s top show rigs, full list of winners from GATS Pride & Polish

See a full list of winners from the GATS Pride & Polish show, held last week, along with beauty shots of the show's top winners...

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Doug Bussell’s 2017 Peterbilt 389

The truck features a Paccar MX-13 with an Eaton 18-speed and hauls flatbed freight.

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Ricky Mann’s 2017 Peterbilt 389 Pride & Class

He runs from Los Angeles to Washington hauling produce, and Washington back to California hauling apples.

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Bill Egan’s 1994 Kenworth W900L

Bill Egan uses this 1994 Kenworth W900L to haul building supplies on a flatbed out of Nashville, Tenn., for B. Egan Trucking, which Egan started in 1998. He bought this truck in 1999 and runs it daily.

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A first-year success in the Badger State Truck Show

The first ever Badger State Truck Show is in the books, and scheduled to become an annual event. Organizers and those in attendance agreed: a good time was had by all. Like several of the smaller shows that have begun popping up, Badger State grew from a Facebook group, Badger State Large Cars, and a desire to showcase the true working trucks of Wisconsin. Shane Voss, one of the page's admins, wanted to take it a ...

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Marty Eastman’s semi-retired 1991 KW W900L

Eastman and the truck are now mostly retired, however he still uses the truck to haul hay bales for his family's beef cattle operation in northwestern Alberta, Canada.

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