Custom Rigs

Knockout shots of the country’s top show rigs, full list of winners from GATS Pride & Polish

See a full list of winners from the GATS Pride & Polish show, held last week, along with beauty shots of the show's top winners...

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Photos: Pride & Polish day 3 at GATS

Check out Pride & Polish show trucks from the final day of the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas.

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Lindamood, Manuel continue winning ways with Best of Show victories at GATS Pride & Polish

Best of Show winners were announced in five categories – working bobtail, working combo, limited-mileage bobtail, limited-mileage combo and builders class – along with the People's Choice winner in a ceremony held at GATS on Aug. 26.

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Photos: Day 2 of Pride & Polish trucks at the Great American Trucking Show

Trucks shine bright for Pride & Polish competition at GATS.

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This ‘shaggin’ wagon’ is built for heavy-haul

Two women looking into the sleeper window of the Dawes' Contract Carriage's Kenworth were tickled by the fancy interior: Red shag carpeting, a small disco ball and button-tufted upholstery throughout. "It's a shaggin' wagon!" said one of the admirers, viewing the truck on the opening day of the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas.

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Photos: Operators showcase custom working, show trucks at GATS Pride & Polish

Pride & Polish trucks began rolling into the Great American Trucking Show Wednesday. See photos of some of the competitors here. Check back throughout the week for more Pride & Polish and GATS coverage.

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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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Bandit truck racing director: First season exceeding expectations, 2018 season confirmed

The season has been so successful, in fact, the series has announced it will be back for its second season in 2018. While he’s not ready to name any tracks specifically, Madsen says the series will expand its footprint next year, while also expanding the field of trucks.

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