'Change order,' the 2000 Kenworth W900L daycab project rig of White Pine Paving

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Updated Jul 26, 2022

Bryant A. Mann, son of White Pine Paving founder and owner Bryant D. Mann, showed his decade-long special-project daycab 2000 Kenworth W900L at the May Large Cars & Guitars truck show. In the video, he details the huge amount of work put into what was a rough-and-tumble coal hauler that ran the route between Cumberland and Baltimore, Maryland, daily for years before White Pine purchased it.

Bryant Mann's 2000 Kenworth W900LPowered by a Caterpillar engine with an 18-speed and 3:73 rears, and immaculately manicured on the interior, the 2000 KW features prominent airbrush work by an artist local to the Manns' Hampstead, Maryland, home base, as well as plenty of custom touches.

Most of the special highlighted items, as Bryant Mann explains in the video up top, were fabricated in the White Pine shop, with some outside hands lending assistance. Not least among work on bright parts are cutouts in the grille and breathers that feature pieces of construction machinery that figure into the paving work the Manns do on a daily basis for a bevy of private and public (the state of Maryland, for instance) customers. Such cutouts also show up with backlighting on custom-fabbed under-door panels. 

Find plenty more views in the video, and for a look at another rig in the paver's fleet, find White Pine's breast-cancer-awareness-themed dump truck via this link

Bryant A. MannBryant A. Mann of Maryland-based White Pine Paving

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