Check out these impressive rigs competing in 2021 Pride & Polish contest

Updated Jul 10, 2021

Voting is ongoing through Sunday, July 9, for the 2021 Overdrive's Pride & Polish contest. Dozens of readers submitted photos that make up 64 entries in one or more of seven categories: Working Bobtail, 2008 and earlier; Working Bobtail, 2019-2022; Working Combo, 2000 and earlier; Working Combo, 2001-2022; Antique; Interior; and Limited Mileage.

Voting is simple â€“ just click on a favored truck. In each category, voters can choose one truck. Voting will close at midnight on July 11.

Finalists will be announced after voting ends. The winners will be presented this summer in a virtual event streamed online.

Below, check out a small sampling of the entries in the contest, then cast your vote for your favorites here.

Ron Kelsey's 1981 Peterbilt 359Ron Kelsey's 1981 Peterbilt 359, "Sunshine Express," is competing in the Antique, Interior and Working Bobtail - 2008 & Older categories.

Robert Hallahan's 2022 Peterbilt 389Robert Hallahan's 2022 Peterbilt 389, “Joke’s on You," is competing in the Limited Mileage and Interior categories.

Brad Smith's 1990 International 9600This 1990 International 9600, owned by Brad Smith, is competing in the Antique and Working Bobtail - 2008 & Older categories.

Charles Tomas's 2010 International LoneStar, 'Pearl'This 2010 International LoneStar, "Pearl," is competing in the Working Bobtail - 2009 & Newer category. It's owned by Charles Thomas.

Harold and Erin Smith's 2018 Kenworth W900LHarold and Erin Smith's 2018 Kenworth W900L is competing in the Working Combo, 2001 & Newer category.

Carl Colby's 1997 Kenworth T600 is competing in the Working Combo 2000 & Older category.

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