Custom Rigs

A first-year success in the Badger State Truck Show

The first ever Badger State Truck Show is in the books, and scheduled to become an annual event. Organizers and those in attendance agreed: a good time was had by all. Like several of the smaller shows that have begun popping up, Badger State grew from a Facebook group, Badger State Large Cars, and a desire to showcase the true working trucks of Wisconsin. Shane Voss, one of the page's admins, wanted to take it a ...

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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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Extensive damage from parking lot crash prompts owner-operator car hauler to remake truck

Owner-operator Jeff Bencic, who owns Bencic Auto Transport and is leased to Continental Transport, made the most of a truck stop parking lot accident by giving his 2014 Peterbilt 388 car hauler a makeover.

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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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The Contenders: Top show trucks compete for top billing in premier Pride & Polish event this month

Some of the hottest rigs on the continent will be on display later this month at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas, with custom bobtails and combos squaring off for top billing in the Overdrive’s Pride & Polish contest, the country’s premier show truck event.

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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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Bandit truck racers power into Missouri

Tommy Boileau will be gunning for his third consecutive win in this weekend’s race at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. He has found his groove since the series traveled to the Midwest, winning back-to-back races at Hawkeye Downs Speedway in Iowa and Madison International Speedway in Wisconsin.

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Taking custom builds to the next level

Walt Moss Trucking creates radical trucks, motorcycles, more

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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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Bandit points standings stay tight as Boileau wins second straight race

Tommy Boileau, driver of the No. 16 Volvo, picked up his second win of the season, and his second in a row. His first win came two weeks prior at Hawkeye Downs Speedway in Iowa. Boileau, Ricky “Rude” Proffitt and “88 Mike” Morgan are in a tight battle in the series points standings.

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