custom rigs

Jason Durham’s 2012 Peterbilt 386

This 2012 Peterbilt 386 is used to exclusively haul racing fuel to race tracks across the U.S. and into Canada.

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75 Chrome Shop Pride & Polish sends six more rigs to 2016 championship

Four custom show trucks won Best of Show honors at the annual 75 Chrome Shop Pride & Polish show held in Wildwood, Fla., this weekend, sending all four to compete in the 2016 Pride & Polish National Championship.

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Custom 2011 Peterbilt 369

This 2011 Peterbilt 369 is a company truck owned by Tricorp Transportation and driven by Thomas Imes.

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Pride on I-75: Annual Florida-held Pride & Polish show takes place this weekend at 75 Chrome Shop

The springtime show attracts dozens of the country’s top show trucks each year. It also offers free food, live music and giveaways such as lights, steering wheels, grills, train horns and more. Admission is free to spectators, and onsite truck parking is available.

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Randy Harris’ 2013 Freightliner Cascadia

This 2013 Freightliner Cascadia is owned by Randy Harris and features a 515 horsepower Detroit with an Eaton 13-speed automatic and 3:41 rears.

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Stan Courter’s 2016 Peterbilt 579

The only customization to the truck is a U.S. Navy seal applied to the cab extenders to signify Courter’s service in the Navy from 1984-1989.

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Mike Alexander’s 2013 Kenworth W900

Steel hauling owner-operator's KW.

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Classic former Burt Reynolds-owned W900B, across the pond

How a U.K.-based trucker came to possess a classic mid-1980s W900B, only to realize its former owners here in the United States including none other than Smokey & the Bandit star Burt Reynolds.

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Bryan Fontenot’s custom 2011 Pete 389

He uses the truck to haul mostly hazmat up the East Coast and through the central U.S. He purchased the truck custom from DB Kustom Trucks in Antioch, Ill. Fontenot runs out of Pattison, Texas.

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Japanese ‘Dekotora’ tradition in custom rigs

A long look across the Pacific at Takuya Sosogi's custom 'dekotora' straight truck, hauling produce in the island nation of Japan. Mel Films' new short documentary shows Japanese custom traditions share a lot with those in the U.S.

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