Finalists in the Antique category are: Ben Cadle’s 1982 Freightliner FLT10464T (top left), C.J. Donovan’s 1984 Peterbilt 362 (top right), and Armin McKee’s 1948 GMC AD 950.
Finalists have been named in seven categories for the 2020 Pride & Polish photo contest. They were determined by Overdrive reader voting over a two-week period this month. All the finalist trucks and owners are listed with the photos published here.
Custom truck owners submitted 80 entries into the contest, and these entries received hundreds of online votes.
Winners in each category, which will be selected by a panel of editorial judges, will be announced Friday, Aug. 28, during Overdrive‘s GATS Week. The program will begin at 8:30 p.m. EST, following the Overdrive-Red Eye Radio Trucker Talent Search finale.
While registration to tune into the event is not required, you can register to receive a reminder before this event and other GATS Week events next week.
Interior category finalists, from left to right, are: Ray Thompson’s 2000 Peterbilt 379, Daniel and Phyllis Snow’s 1996 Freightliner Classic XL, and Matt Strottman’s 2020 Kenworth W900L.
Limited Mileage finalists are: C.J. Donovan’s 1984 Peterbilt 362 (top left), Ray Thompson’s 2000 Peterbilt 379 (top right) and Matt Strottman’s 2020 Kenworth W900L.
Working Bobtail, 2013 & Older finalists are: Leroy Baxter’s 1999 Kenworth W900L, driven by Mike Blackburn (top left); Roger Oliver’s 2002 Kenworth W900L (top right); and Chip Bean’s 2004 Peterbilt 379, driven by Mike Hall.
Finalists in the Working Bobtail, 2014-2021 category are: Robert Hallahan’s 2019 Kenworth W900L (top left), Kris Keel’s 2019 Peterbilt 389 (top right), and Christopher Kulow’s 2020 Peterbilt 389.
Working Combo, 2015 & Older finalists are: Lavern Cross’ 1982 Kenworth W900A (top left), John Jaikes’ 1999 Kenworth W900L (top right), and Daniel and Phyllis Snow’s 1996 Freightliner Classic XL.
Finalists for the Working Combo, 2016-2021 category are: Kody and Edith Giacomo’s 2017 Kenworth W900L (top left), Warren Hartman’s 2018 Peterbilt 389 (top right), and Don English’s 2018 Kenworth W900L, driven by Eva Knelsen.