Jonesboro, Arkansas-based Randy Victory, owner of Randy Victory Trucking, showed off his one-of-a-kind 1986 Peterbilt 359, "Nut Buster," at the Shell Rotella SuperRigs working truck show in Branson, Missouri, in June.
The rig earned nods from the judges in two categories at the show, winning Best Lights and placing fourth in Working Truck -- Limited Mileage.
The classic Pete features a number of custom touches, including the sleeper, which looks normal at first glance, until it's seen with the doors open.
Under the hood, the truck sports a 425-hp Cat with a twin-stick 10-speed transmission.
Among other custom touches is a 1998-model low-leaf air-ride suspension, numerous LED lights, nine-inch side panels, eight-inch stacks and more.
Regular readers may well recall the "Hillbilly Hilton" '88 Freightliner of Melvin Davis Jr., also built with at least one sleeper positioned backward -- Davis put two together to add up to a 163-inch big-bunk finished back in 2015. Check it out via this link, and for more video work and custom-equipment features delivered to your email inbox weekly, subscribe to Overdrive's weekly Custom Rigs newsletter via this link.