custom rigs

Green Machine: Wes Malmgren’s ’04 Pete 379

Wes Malmgren poured all the artistry he could muster into his personal 379.

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Lights out: California car hauler

Stephen Ashburn’s 2005 Peterbilt 379 presented an ideal starting point for his truck-showing career.

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Advice on lowering the front of a KW

What’s the best way to lower the front of a Kenworth W900A? Jeff Battler from 12ga. Customs has the answer.

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Disorderly Conduct: Night Train’s ’99 Pete 379

From a distance, Night Train Trucking owner Paul Voigt’s flattop ’99 Peterbilt looks like a nicely done black-and-blue reefer combo, but when the sun goes down, it turns into a light show on wheels.

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Bucket List: Jeremy Graves’ 2007 Peterbilt 379 Legacy

Jeremy Graves fulfilled a lifelong dream by rebuilding his '07 379.

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Mack Pinnacle rolls as memorial in Rolling Thunder rally

A Mack Pinnacle Axle Forward model joined the proceedings at the 26th-annual Rolling Thunder rally in Washington, D.C., over Memorial Day weekend.

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Art therapy: Jeff Botelho’s ‘5150’

California all-star customizer Jeff Botelho's working show truck, 5150, was inspired by the grief of his father's passing.

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Street Rod Extreme: Scott Diller’s 1981 KW W900A

To say Scott Diller will go to extremes to get the look he wants in his show truck is an understatement.

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Photos: Custom trucks, good times at Wildwood show

There was much fun to be had simply gawking at the custom trucks and motorcycles. There was even a Marilyn Monroe impersonator. Here's a full gallery.

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Nice stripes: Bold-banded Petes take Best of Show in Wildwood

Austin Ashley's 2007 Peterbilt 379 and Vinnie Diorio's 2013 Peterbilt 389 won Best of Show in the Working categories, and Michael Manuel's 1984 Pete 359 and Todd Roccapriore's '01 379 won Best of Show in the Limited Mileage categories.

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