2018 Pride & Polish Antique Combo winners

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Updated Aug 23, 2019
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As the 2019 Great American Trucking Show and Pride & Polish competition approaches, Overdrive will be taking a look back at some of the winners in various categories from 2018’s Pride & Polish show in Dallas.

This week, here’s a look at the top three finishers in the Antique Combo category:

 


First place: This 1981 Kenworth W900 and 1983 Wilson livestock trailer, “A Dream Come True,” are owned by David Schnautz/Clark Freight Lines, out of Dallas.First place: This 1981 Kenworth W900 and 1983 Wilson livestock trailer, “A Dream Come True,” are owned by David Schnautz/Clark Freight Lines, out of Dallas.
Second place: Delma Gibbs, out of Detroit, Texas, owns this 1980 International 4070B and 2005 Chaparral Step Deck.Second place: Delma Gibbs, out of Detroit, Texas, owns this 1980 International 4070B and 2005 Chaparral Step Deck.
Third place: Geo Cuellar/Clark Freight Lines out of Dallas own this 1985 Kenworth K100E and 1980 Matlack Van, “Clyde.”Third place: Geo Cuellar/Clark Freight Lines out of Dallas own this 1985 Kenworth K100E and 1980 Matlack Van, “Clyde.”
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