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Kelly McCulley’s 2016 Freightliner Coronado glider

McCulley primarily hauls steel, rebar, coils and beams, but occasionally hauls hay, lumber, pipe and more.

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Fleet’s chromed-out 2000 Pete 379

The exterior and interior of Severs Trucking's 2000 Peterbilt 379 long nose features plenty of chrome, including the dash panels, fenders, tanks, bumpers and visors.

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Charles Yarian’s 2006 Kenworth W900L

The 20-inch bumper on the front of the truck is from Outlaw Customs in Henderson, Colo., along with the 13-inch visor. Yarian has also added Hogebuilt 34-inch fenders.

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Ray ‘Buzz’ Koser Jr.’s 2006 Peterbilt 379

The truck is equipped with a Cat C15 with an Eaton-Fuller 13-speed. To accommodate the sleeper, the wheelbase is stretched to 300 inches.

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Eric Thompson’s 2015 Peterbilt 389

Upgrades to the include eight-inch stacks and stainless steel half fenders. The trailer is a 48-foot 2017 MAC flatbed.

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Barbara Odom’s 2004 Peterbilt 379

The paint job was done by DB Kustom Trucks in Antioch, Ill. Additions to the truck include the drop visor and the custom rear fenders.

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James Cullins’ 2015 Peterbilt 389 glider

The truck features all Talladega Fiberglass fenders, panels and visor, and all the work, along with the paint job was done by Cullins and his son.

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Joey Parker Trucking’s 2011 Kenworth

Powered by a 475-horsepower Caterpillar and an 18-speed Eaton-Fuller with 3.55 rears, the truck is used to haul chicken in a reefer trailer.

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George Shaver’s 2001 Peterbilt 379

Shaver added the custom purple paint job with flames on the hood, 22-inch bumper with custom lights and the 8-inch miter stacks.

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Keith and Kevin Whightsil’s 2004 Kenworth W900

Keith and Kevin Whightsil, a father-son duo of Topeka, Kansas, own this 2004 Kenworth W900 equipped with a Studio Sleeper.

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