custom rigs

Glenn Gilbert’s pink 1996 Kenworth W900L

This Panther Pink 1996 Kenworth W900L is owned by Glenn Gilbert out of Morrow, Ohio.

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Video: Owner-op Rod Miller brings new aero Pete 386 to custom truck circuit

Video of Chance 2 Transport owner Rod Miller's new highly customized Peterbilt 386 glider. Miller's one of few operators to bring a tricked out aero Pete to the truck beauty show circuit.

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Terry Whitener’s 2000 Kenworth W900L

Terry Whitener out of Griffin, Ga., pulls a flatbed with this 2000 Kenworth W900L.

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U.S. Xpress launches military hiring initiative, unveils custom-designed tractors

The U.S. Xpress fleet handed three solo drivers and three teams -- all with military veterans among them -- the keys to six patriotically decorated trucks at an event at Chattanooga headquarters launching a new military hiring initiative.

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Roger Duvall Jr.’s custom 2003 Kenworth W900L

Roger Duvall Jr. had this 2003 Kenworth W900L built last year by DB Kustom Trucks. Duvall has named the truck "Lunatic Fringe."

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Bigger in Texas: GATS to pit country’s top show trucks in championship competition

Six trucks will emerge from the Great American Trucking Show in late August holding a prized possession among show truck builders and owners: An Overdrive’s Pride & Polish National Championship trophy.

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David Singh’s 2015 Kenworth T660

David Singh hauls less-than-truckload frozen products from New York to California and back to Hunts Point in New York City or to New Jersey with this 2015 Kenworth T660 Studio Sleeper.

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Chris Lint’s 1973 Kenworth W925

Chris Lint follows the ATHS circuit with this 1973 Kenworth W925.

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Vincent Phillips’ 2001 Kenworth W900

Vincent Phillips has added painted fenders, LED lights and more to his 2001 Kenworth W900.

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First-time show is big success in a teeny town

From Wendy: "Somewhere around 30 trucks registered for the shine and show working truck competition, a huge number for a first-time show in a place like little Brookville, Ohio. One of the coolest things was the judging panel: No one over the age of 14 was allowed to cast votes. The kids picked winners based on sheer awesomeness."

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