Overdrive's virtual Pride & Polish competition now open

With truck show season in full swing, Overdrive’s decades-running annual Pride & Polish competition is back in virtual format, accepting entries with hopes of bringing together the best of the best from around the nation. 

Overdrive’s 2022 virtual Pride & Polish competition opens today, August 1. Following the submission period, the competition will turn over to a public vote in which Overdrive readers will select their favorites in five categories -- Working Bobtail, Working Combo, Limited Mileage/Show, Antique and Interior.

Winners and finalists in each will be unveiled to put a wrap on the truck-show season in October -- all will receive award plaques. Last year’s awards event was hosted by Robb Mariani, truck enthusiast and host of the former “American Trucker” television show.

Ron Kelsey's 1981 Peterbilt 359This immaculate working 1981 Peterbilt 359, "Sunrise Express," owned by Ron Kelsey, won in the Antique class in the 2021 virtual Pride & Polish competition.Each of this year’s winners and some of the finalists will be featured separately on Overdrive and in Overdrive’s Custom Rigs weekly newsletter.

Howard Smith's 2020 Peterbilt 389Ruth and Chris Smith's 2020 Peterbilt 389, Beverly II, won first place in the Working Combo, 2001 & Newer class in the 2021 virtual Pride & Polish competition.There is no entry fee to participate in the contest. The submission deadline is September 5.

Submit your rig via the form at this link.

Mark Havens' 2019 Peterbilt 389Mark Havens' 2019 Peterbilt 389 earned top honors in the Working Bobtail, 2009 and newer class in the 2021 competition.

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