This truck, when Snow Farms owner-operator Jayme Snow bought it 13 years ago and ran it alongside his father Daniel Snow often enough, was a “bone stock” unit, powered by a Detroit Series 60 and outfitted with a 70-inch condo sleeper.
Since then, boy has it changed, from the Jones Performance hood with eight-inch-scoop cowl induction to over-under-style headlights (a nod to classic car models), running lights all around/inset in the custom bumper, and, most dramatic, a 10-foot extension of the sleeper and wheelbase to accommodate it.
Snow, out of Arkansas, I met at the Guilty by Association Truck Show parked up next to his parents Daniel and Phyllis Snow’s 1996 Freightliner, the Goose companion to the Duck, as it were — funny story about that, though you’ll have to wait for it (stay tuned to hear it from Daniel at a later date).
The sleeper on Jayme Snow’s unit grew with Snow’s young family, stretched twice over the course of 13 years of ownership, as you’ll hear him tell in the video. The interior is well-appointed, too, designed in part by his wife.
For more details on the truck, check it out via our last video look at it, published in 2017 at the Overdrive Youtube channel.