Video: Ryan Hooten’s ’95 Pete 379

| December 10, 2012

Ryan Hooten’s 1995 Peterbilt 379 — the centerpiece of his Ryan’s Feed and Trucking grain hauling business in Santa Ynez, Calif. — is an ode to western motifs, leather and rawhide. Here’s a brief interview with Hooten and a few photos of his perennial Pride & Polish award winner.



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  • HonestTX_Proud

    Too bad it’s in CA. Good truck stuck in a Commie region. Pitiful.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bruce.kolinski Bruce Kolinski

    Truckers should avoid California like the plague. After a while they would begin to acquire the respect they deserve from people who apparently don’t know any better. That said, it’s tough to avoid California when you have to put bread on the table.

  • ilovdieselsmoke

    I don’t operate where I can’t run Classic Iron. The California ports are also playing their stupid game to keep the environmental quacks out of their own business using truckers as a diversion. Newest truck in our fleet is over twenty-five years old and no more polluting than these new EPA approved green-electronic-problematic-overly expensive-boat anchors. After forty-five years of eating in, sleeping in, riding in, and driving old school diesels I should be dead six times over if the diesel particulate exposure was as critical a problem as these green wacko groups would have Joe Q. Public believe. More big brother gone wild while we work to foot the bill !!!

  • Greg

    One word…SWEET!!!!!