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Tory Jacobson’s 2003 Peterbilt 379

All the lights on the truck and trailer have been switched out for the Trux Dual Revolution lights that can be switched to blue, and all the aluminum on the truck has been wrapped with stainless steel.

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Mike Robic’s 1976 Kenworth W900B

The truck still sports the original 400-horsepower Cummins and 13-speed Fuller. In fact, the only part of the truck that's not original is the fenders, which are from Talladega Fiberglass.

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Metzger Trucking’s 2014 Kenworth T660

The truck features a 525-horsepower Cummins ISX with an 18-speed.

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Blair Weatherby’s 1998 Kenworth C500

This 1998 Kenworth C500 is used in Canada's Northwest Territories on and off the ice roads, hauling heavy equipment, skid shacks, mobile homes, houses, buildings and more.

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Danny Acuna’s 2007 Peterbilt 379 Legacy Class Edition

Acuna, out of Princeton, Texas, drives for Mabank, Texas-based Muirhead Trucking hauling produce and poultry to the Northwest and back to Texas.

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Doug Bussell’s 2017 Peterbilt 389

The truck features a Paccar MX-13 with an Eaton 18-speed and hauls flatbed freight.

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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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