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2013 National Champion, Limited-Mileage Bobtail: Jerad Wittwer’s ’01 Peterbilt 379

| October 16, 2013

Family Buziness combined the work of two of last year’s powerhouses: Todd Roccapriore and last year’s Working Bobtail winner – Jerad Wittwer’s company truck from Performance Diesel Inc. in St. George, Utah.

2013 GATS Best of Show, Working Combo: Jerry Mies’ 2013 Peterbilt 389

| October 15, 2013

This profile is part of a two-week series in which Overdrive will be publishing stories about the four Pride & Polish National Championship winners — crowned in August at The Great American Trucking Show — ...

2013 National Champion, Working Bobtail: Josh Skidmore’s ’07 Pete 379

| October 11, 2013

When Josh Skidmore set out to build his National Championship award winner, he didn’t want it to be overwrought or complicated. “We wanted to be simpler than everyone else. Clean lines, not a lot of ...

2013 GATS Best of Show, Limited-Mileage Combo: Brian Davis’ 2005 Pete 379

| October 10, 2013

For the folks at Davis Bros. in Owensville, Ind., music and trucking are a natural duo, and they always name their trucks after song titles. Finding a name for their 2005 Peterbilt 379, however, was ...

2013 National Champion, Limited-Mileage Combo: Vinnie Diorio’s ’13 Pete 389

| October 09, 2013

When Vinnie Diorio finished working on his award-winning 2013 Pete, he knew it had ideas others would replicate, so he dubbed the truck, appropriately, Trend Settin'.

Pumped up: Demo-hauling ’07 Pete 379

| September 26, 2013

Demolition work doesn’t keep Jake Lindamood from refashioning his award winner again and again.

El Patron: Bill Hall Jr.’s ’04 Kenworth W900L

| September 12, 2013

Bill Hall Jr. call his truck's color "nightmare blue" that he estimates cost roughly $25,000 to have done.

Rum Runner: ’89 Pete 379

| September 10, 2013

This Cat-powered ’89 Peterbilt, isn’t the work of a big-money shop: All the work was done on a budget in a small garage behind Ernest Rubio's house.

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