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Photos: Competition heats up at Pride & Polish in Tenn.

Views through the middle of Day One of Overdrive's Pride & Polish event in Tenn. Four more competitors for the National Championship round in Dallas at GATS next month will be established here.

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Owner-operator’s ‘Black out’ tribute rig gets closer to finish line

W.Va.-based Charles Timbrook's 1999 Freightliner "Black Out" eases into its military-tribute theme with new mods. And: A Reliable Carriers car hauler on Car and Driver's cover.

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Jerry Beaudoin’s Triple One: 2007 Peterbilt 379

Jerry Beaudoin says he started his SRS National 10-truck fleet to back up his 'disease for chrome.'

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Flirting with Disaster: Troy Huddleston’s ’91 Classic

Showtime Trucking owner Troy Huddleston has no regrets about converting what was a ’91 Freightliner FLD to a square-ended Freightliner Classic.

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Anger Management: Tire-smoking ’69 KW W900

This 1967 KW W900 can run a quarter-mile in 12.8 seconds at 115 mpg.

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Rockin’ & rollin’: Custom concert equipment hauler

Pete Demarest's '06 4900EX hauls sound and stage equipment to and from live shows.

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Coga Power: Andre Gagnon’s Pete 379 and 1,200-hp Cat

When the thick smoke rolls out the 10-inch stacks of André Gagnon’s black ‘97 Pete and you see the uphill drag racing competitors fade into the distance, there’s little doubt this Quebec-based trucker’s rig is special.

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Rum Runner: ’89 Pete 379

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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Boots Chivington’s Old Rigger: 2000 KW W900L

Oil field equipment hauler Boots Chivington added a touches to make his truck more than just a tribute to his trade – the truck was built as a memorial to his son.

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Legends and Heroes: Custom ’99 Freightliner Classic

Mike Most is a self-proclaimed Freightliner man, having driven one for years, but he never had seen a Freightliner compete in a truck show and win. So in 2006, he decided to amend his bystander-seen Freightliner track record. “I wanted to slowly but surely show that a Freightliner Classic could compete with Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks and win Best of Show,” says Most, who feels that after seven Best of Show awards, “I think we’ve ...

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