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Photos: 2019 Pride & Polish Antique Bobtail – 1976-1994 winners

Updated Dec 6, 2019
Full results from the 2019 Overdrive’s Pride & Polish can be found here.Full results from the 2019 Overdrive’s Pride & Polish can be found here.

The 2019 Great American Trucking Show and Overdrive‘s Pride & Polish are in the books. The competition featured 52 standout rigs competing in a variety of categories.

Over the coming weeks and months, Overdrive will be taking a look at the winners from each category from the show.

Up this week is the Antique Bobtail – 1976-1994 category. Photos below are all by Jason Kindig.

First place: Texarkana, Texas-based Tony Kidd and Daryl Livingston’s 1978 Kenworth W900A, “Miss Leila Marie.”First place: Texarkana, Texas-based Tony Kidd and Daryl Livingston’s 1978 Kenworth W900A, “Miss Leila Marie.” Second place: This 1988 Freightliner FLT86, “Service and Sacrifice,” is owned by Cave Springs, Arkansas-based Ed Harwell.Second place: This 1988 Freightliner FLT86, “Service and Sacrifice,” is owned by Cave Springs, Arkansas-based Ed Harwell. Third place: Willie Lewis and Texas Truck Tuning, of Cleburne, Texas, entered this 1985 Peterbilt 359.Third place: Willie Lewis and Texas Truck Tuning, of Cleburne, Texas, entered this 1985 Peterbilt 359.
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