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Ricky Mann’s 2017 Peterbilt 389 Pride & Class

He runs from Los Angeles to Washington hauling produce, and Washington back to California hauling apples.

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Bill Egan’s 1994 Kenworth W900L

Bill Egan uses this 1994 Kenworth W900L to haul building supplies on a flatbed out of Nashville, Tenn., for B. Egan Trucking, which Egan started in 1998. He bought this truck in 1999 and runs it daily.

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Marty Eastman’s semi-retired 1991 KW W900L

Eastman and the truck are now mostly retired, however he still uses the truck to haul hay bales for his family's beef cattle operation in northwestern Alberta, Canada.

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Justin Williamson’s 1993 Kenworth T600

Williamson, out of Geraldine, Mont., mostly pulls hoppers hauling wheat, fertilizer, cow feed and more, as well as cow feed in a van.

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Johnathan Blanchard’s 2000 Kenworth W900

Johnathan Blanchard owns this 2000 Kenworth W900, which has around 1.5 million miles on it to date, with a couple of rebuilds over the years.

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George Foskit’s 1986 Peterbilt 359

Foskit drives for for Mountain View Dairy, also of Delta, Utah, hauling silage and commodities for the dairy's 5,000 milking cows.

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Jared Spiegelberg’s 2012 Peterbilt 389

Spiegelberg uses the rig to haul video and sound equipment and more for concert tours throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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Shane Mollers’ 2003 Kenworth W900

The truck, which has 1.3 million miles, is equipped with a 600-horsepower Caterpillar with an 18-speed and 3:36 rears.

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David McDaniel’s 2002 Peterbilt 379

McDaniel hauls glass for Moore Freight Service out of Mascot, Tenn., mainly from Tennessee to Ontario, Quebec or New Brunswick, Canada every week.

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Bobby Laws’ 2007 Peterbilt 379EXHD

It is fully equipped with the Trux Dual Revolution LED lights, and also features a custom grille, custom visor that features Trux lights, a 20-inch American Eagle bumper, wood-grain floors and more.

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