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The last stop of the 2014-2015 Overdrive’s Pride & Polish National Championship season was held this weekend in Crossville, Tenn., at Fitzgerald Glider Kits’ annual show, and five more trucks qualified to compete in the championship judging round next month at the Great American Trucking Show.

Click here to read Overdrive’s coverage of the four Best of Show winners from the Fitzgerald event, and click here to see a gallery of photos of some of the trucks in competition.

Below are beauty shots of the Best of Show winners, a full list of winners from the show’s various categories and a few photos and stories of the some of the weekend’s competitors from Overdrive‘s Todd Dills. (Beauty photos by Shift Creative Group’s Brian Bourke.)

Best of Show, Working Bobtail: Vinnie Diorio, 1985 Peterbilt 359:

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Best of Show, Working Combo: Rod Miller, 2014 Peterbilt 389, 2015 Great Dane

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Best of Show, Limited-Mileage Bobtail: Austin Ashley, 2007 Peterbilt 379:

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Best of Show, Limited-Mileage Combo: Jeremy Hassevoort, 1986 Peterbilt 359, ’01 Utility reefer:

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After a comprehensive new color scheme on this intricately striped 1985 Peterbilt 359, owner-operator Hayden Eady put the truck into service in October of last year, hauling open-deck freight leased to Bama Truck Lines. A custom headache rack he pulled from a salvage yard and painted, extending the truck’s lines and colors onto the box, among other unique features.After a comprehensive new color scheme on this intricately striped 1985 Peterbilt 359, owner-operator Hayden Eady put the truck into service in October of last year, hauling open-deck freight leased to Bama Truck Lines. A custom headache rack he pulled from a salvage yard and painted, extending the truck’s lines and colors onto the box, among other unique features.Bama Truck Lines-leased owner-operator Hayden Eady of northern Alabama.Bama Truck Lines-leased owner-operator Hayden Eady of northern Alabama.Owner-operator David McDaniel of Jefferson City, Tenn., hauls glass leased to Knoxville-based Moore Freight Lines.Owner-operator David McDaniel of Jefferson City, Tenn., hauls glass leased to Knoxville-based Moore Freight Lines.David McDaniel’s 2002 Peterbilt 379, “The Mistress”David McDaniel’s 2002 Peterbilt 379, “The Mistress”Might the Davis Bros. aerodynamic 2015 Peterbilt 386, dubbed “Buzz Kill” by Indiana-based small fleet owner Brian Davis, signify a future for aero-truck mods? If Pride & Polish competitors are any indication, many thought so – the truck garnered enough votes from competitors to win the “Participants’ Choice” crown at the show. The rig also scored a Pride & Polish National Championship invite, as Best of Show winner Austin Ashley gave the two tied-for-second runners-up in the class, Davis and owner-op Bob Harley, his invite.Might the Davis Bros. aerodynamic 2015 Peterbilt 386, dubbed “Buzz Kill” by Indiana-based small fleet owner Brian Davis, signify a future for aero-truck mods? If Pride & Polish competitors are any indication, many thought so – the truck garnered enough votes from competitors to win the “Participants’ Choice” crown at the show. The rig also scored a Pride & Polish National Championship invite, as Best of Show winner Austin Ashley gave the two tied-for-second runners-up in the class, Davis and owner-op Bob Harley, his invite.

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Full winners list:

BOBTAIL –ANTIQUE
1st Place Jim Thelen/Navid Yavari, Suwanee, GA; 1964 Yellow Mack B-61

BOBTAIL – SPECIALIZED
1st Place: Earl Millirons, Forest Park, GA; 2005 Red & Black Peterbilt 379 Wrecker
2nd Place: Ronnie Reed, Crossville, TN; 1997 Red Kenworth W900L Wrecker
3rd Place: Jeff Proffitt, Crossville, TN; 1999 Blue Peterbilt 379 Dump

BOBTAIL – 2000 & Older
1st Place: Randy Victory, Jonesboro, AR; 1999 Black flamed Peterbilt 379- “Wild Child”
2nd Place: Kiegan Nelson/Vinnie Diorio, Richfield, WI; 1985 2-tone Turquoise Peterbilt 359 – “Kickin’ It Old Skool”
3rd Place: Bill Parks, Belzoni, MS; 1999 White & Black Peterbilt 379 – “Hard But Fair”

BOBTAIL – 2001 – 2005
1st Place: Casey Carlson, Britt, IA; 2003 Blue Kenworth W900L – “The Blue Baron”
2nd Place: Bill Long/Bill Long Trucking, Polk, OH; 2003 Maroon, White, Tan & Black Peterbilt 379 – “Street Rod Pete”
3rd Place: David McDaniel, Jefferson City, TN; 2002 Purple & Raspberry Peterbilt 379 – “The Mistress”

BOBTAIL – 2006 & Newer
1st Place: Dan Brubaker, Sigourney, IA; 2014 Green Peterbilt 389 – “All In”
2nd Place: Ben Cadle/Cadle Trucking, Augusta, GA; 2013 White & Green Freightliner Coronado
3rd Place Tie: Jed Kasperbauer, Dedham, IA; 2014 Diamond White Peterbilt 389 – “Last One”
3rd Place Tie: Coby Heard, Alexander, AR; 2015 Blue Peterbilt – “Lucille”

COMBO
1st Place: Corey McCaslin/Chance2Transport, Millersburg, OH; 2014 Red Peterbilt 389/2015 Great Dane Van
2nd Place: Dustin Pope, Greenville, TX; 2003 Viper Red Kenworth W900L/2010 Utility Reefer – “Cash On The Barrelhead”
3rd Place: Dan Raible, White Oak, PA; 2005 Red & White Peterbilt 379/2016 MAC Flatbed

INTERIOR – CAB ONLY
1st Place: Corey McCaslin/Chance2Transport, Millersburg, OH; 2014 Red Peterbilt 389/2015 Great Dane Van
2nd Place: Dan Brubaker, Sigourney, IA; 2014 Green Peterbilt 389 – “All In”
3rd Place: Dan Raible, White Oak, PA; 2005 Red & White Peterbilt 379/2016 MAC Flatbed

INTERIOR – OEM SLEEPER
1st Place: Kiegan Nelson/Vinnie Diorio, Richfield, WI; 1985 2-tone Turquoise Peterbilt 359 – “Kickin’ It Old Skool”
2nd Place: Bill Parks, Belzoni, MS; 1999 White & Black Peterbilt 379 – “Hard But Fair”
3rd Place: Earl Millirons/New Image Towing & Recovery, Inc, Forest Park, GA; – 2005 Red & Black Peterbilt 379

BEST INTERIOR – LIMITED MILEAGE
1st Place: Jeremy Hassevoort/Rabbit River Transport, Allegan, MI; 1986 White & Gold Peterbilt 359/2001 Utility Reefer – “Gold Digger”

PAINT – BOBTAIL
1st Place: Kiegan Nelson/Vinnie Diorio, Richfield, WI; 1985 2-tone Turquoise Peterbilt 359 – “Kickin’ It Old Skool”
2nd Place: Dan Brubaker, Sigourney, IA; 2014 Green Peterbilt 389 – “All In”
3rd Place: Bill Long/Bill Long Trucking, Polk, OH; 2003 Maroon, White, Tan & Black Peterbilt 379 – “Street Rod Pete”

PAINT – COMBO
1st Place: Dustin Pope, Greenville, TX; 2003 Viper Red Kenworth W900L/2010 Utility Reefer – “Cash On The Barrelhead”
2nd Place: Corey McCaslin/Chance2Transport, Millersburg, OH; 2014 Red Peterbilt 389/2015 Great Dane Van

BEST PAINT – LIMITED MILEAGE – BOBTAIL
1st Place: Austin Ashley, Raleigh, MS; 2007 White & Purple Peterbilt 379 – “Double Take”

BEST PAINT – LIMITED MILEAGE – COMBO
1st Place: Jeremy Hassevoort/Rabbit River Transport, Allegan, MI; 1986 White & Gold Peterbilt 359/2001 Utility Reefer – “Gold Digger”

ENGINE
1st Place: Kiegan Nelson/Vinnie Diorio, Richfield, WI; 1985 2-tone Turquoise Peterbilt 359 – “Kickin’ It Old Skool”
2nd Place: Corey McCaslin/Chance2Transport, Millersburg, OH; 2014 Red Peterbilt 389/2015 Great Dane Van
3rd Place: Dan Brubaker, Sigourney, IA; 2014 Green Peterbilt 389 – “All In”

BEST ENGINE – LIMITED MILEAGE
Austin Ashley, Raleigh, MS; 2007 White & Purple Peterbilt 379 – “Double Take”

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BUILDING A LEGACY

THE LATEST PROJECT FROM CLINT MOORE

This month’s “creation” was built for Clint’s longtime customer and friend Tommy “2-Stick” Devlin of Andover, Kansas.  But this one was no easy build - thanks to many glitches, problems, and even some legal issues, this baby took over two years to finally complete.  Clint always talks about how he loves his job - well, this one put that “love” to the test.

Reviewing a little of Tommy’s history, he did not grow up in a trucking family, but that did not stop him.  In 2000, Tommy bought a nice W900L daycab and aluminum end dump and ran local near his home.  In 2003, Tommy contacted Clint and ordered a new 2004 2-tone green and gold Peterbilt 379 with a flattop sleeper, which he used for several years, hauling grain locally.

In 2006, Tommy was ready to upgrade, so Clint ordered his next truck - a 2007 Peterbilt 379 flattop with a long 300” wheelbase.  Clint, Tommy, his dad (Tom) and his brother (Tim) all went to Denton, Texas together to watch the truck be built.  Everybody was pretty excited, even the guys at the factory, because this truck was one of the last to get a factory 3-color paint scheme.  The truck was soon thereafter delivered to Clint’s shop and then the customizing began - but this is when everything got interesting.

Tommy has always wanted a “numbered” Peterbilt.  When he was younger, he remembers the last 359’s were all limited editions that were numbered - he always thought that was cool, and he always wanted to own a limited edition Pete.  About this time, Peterbilt announced that the 379 was going to be replaced with the 389, and that the last 1,000 Peterbilt 379’s would be limited edition numbered trucks.  As you might guess, Tommy wanted one, so Clint put in the order and then finished his other truck and sold it.

Tommy’s favorite color has always been blue, so they ordered the truck with a dark blue GMC color.  Tommy and Clint met again in Denton on the day the truck was being built (1/26/07) to watch the entire process - who knew it would take two-and-a-half years from that date to complete the project!  This truck would not have been possible without the folks at Peterbilt Motors in Denton, all the guys at K.C. Peterbilt (especially Leonard), Jimmy Crain, the folks at Double Eagle, Jeff Battler at 12 Ga. Customs, Carl at Rockwood, Signs by Robbie, Tommy (for being so patient), and his lovely wife Holly (for being a saint).

The truck is a 2007 Peterbilt Legacy Edition (#488) with a 600 C-15 Cat, factory 2-sticks, 10-speed with a manual 4-speed auxiliary, 300” wheelbase, Low-Leaf suspension, a car-hauler front axle, a formulated dark blue paint job with a basecoat clear and matching frame.  The truck also has a 60” flattop Double Eagle sleeper with a ribbed skin, a flip-up bumper, 359 double-round headlights on OEM 359 brackets and a bowtie visor.  Other exterior features include flush deck plate, rear light bar, stainless steel low rider half fenders with hidden brackets, stainless boxes with a unique fan pattern and rounded edges, and a factory installed Luberfiner.

The interior of the truck has undergone some major changes as well, including a black dash with walnut panels from Rockwood, every rocker switch was changed to a toggle, real antique barn wood was used for the floor of the cab, custom COE-style overhead stainless box with radio, CB and heater controls up top, a tilt steering column, and velour low-rider seats.  There is just not enough room to list all of the things that were done to this one-of-a-kind rig.  There were countless amounts of changes made to help give this awesome limited edition Peterbilt its understated classic look.

At times, both Tommy and Clint just wanted this truck to go away - it has tried and tested many relationships.  But in the end, it just goes to show that love endures - it ain’t always easy, but it endures - and it sure is cool when everything comes together.  Clint loves his job and he loves his friends and, in the end, a Legacy was built!

~ If you would like Clint Moore to order and/or build you a new custom truck, contact him at Kansas City Peterbilt via e-mail at [email protected] or call him at (913) 484-7768.  You can also visit his website at www.custombuiltfor.com and check out pictures of other custom trucks he has built.

Sours: https://www.tenfourmagazine.com/Clints/2009/12.html
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Phil-Co Pete Collection

Chuck Bryan, Bryan Trucking from Decatur, TX

Chuck Bryan, Bryan Trucking from Decatur, TX

Almost ready

Almost ready

2003 Peterbilt 379 x-hood, 63" sleeper with aftermarket flat top kit, 10" exhaust stacks.  Tru Blu Pearl

2003 Peterbilt 379 x-hood, 63" sleeper with aftermarket flat top kit, 10" exhaust stacks. Tru Blu Pearl

Ready to roll

Ready to roll

Orange highlighting

Orange highlighting

CB white 2with fenders

with fenders

CB blue 2CB white 1on the frame

on the frame

CB  blue 3some assembly required

some assembly required

Chuck Bryan, ready for action

Chuck Bryan, ready for action

Antique white

Antique white

2006 Peterbilt 379 x-hood, 63" sleeper with aftermarket flat top kit,

2006 Peterbilt 379 x-hood, 63" sleeper with aftermarket flat top kit,

Bryan Trucking

Bryan Trucking

Antique White

Antique White

dazzling

dazzling

1996 Peterbilt 379 x-hood, 63" standup

1996 Peterbilt 379 x-hood, 63" standup

Tioga Express,  98 Pete extended-hood custom

Tioga Express, 98 Pete extended-hood custom

53' Great Dane reefer with matching custom paint.  Stylish  West Coast hauler look for Kerry Burleson

53' Great Dane reefer with matching custom paint. Stylish West Coast hauler look for Kerry Burleson

Lil Wayne, all the right lines

Lil Wayne, all the right lines

99 Peterbilt 379 extended hood, 70" condo sleeper.  Classic round headlights

99 Peterbilt 379 extended hood, 70" condo sleeper. Classic round headlights

Custom fiberglass fenders, side , panels, bumpers and stacks

Custom fiberglass fenders, side , panels, bumpers and stacks

Two-tone beauty

Two-tone beauty

Pete 359 awaiting final details, bumpers, fenders

Pete 359 awaiting final details, bumpers, fenders

Chris Reed 1984 Pete 359

Chris Reed 1984 Pete 359

New life for a classic Pete

New life for a classic Pete

Doug Morales 1999 Pete extended-hood, 70" condo, custom fiberglass, custom 2-tone.  Two-tone with all the right touches.

Doug Morales 1999 Pete extended-hood, 70" condo, custom fiberglass, custom 2-tone. Two-tone with all the right touches.

Phil-Co first shop truck, 98 379 extended-hood

Phil-Co first shop truck, 98 379 extended-hood

  
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25 Pictures Of The Most Customized Semi Trucks That We've Ever Seen

There is no doubt that the commercial industry wouldn’t be the same without the modern semi truck, and this utilitarian cargo vehicle has come a long way since its humble beginnings.

The original semi truck started out in 1898 as a horseless carriage and has evolved ever since, leading a whole world of commerce that centers around the semi truck industry. Because the semi truck is a vehicle that is driven literally thousands of miles a week, the drivers tend to pretty much live in these over-sized vehicles and as such, they tend to customize them to fit their every want and need - making for a one of a kind and pretty unique vehicle that also doubles the employment for many truckers.

The art of customizing your semi truck has been around for a while, and there are many unique vehicles that have been spawned from this. From lots of chrome to the signature paint job and mudflaps, there is no doubt that you have seen at least one custom rig on the freeway, at least at one time or another.

Sure, the vehicles are immensely big and can be very difficult to drive, but what is cooler than a customized semi truck cruising down the road carrying a load of groceries or a race car?

The custom semi truck scene has grown immensely in the last decade, and this is partly due to a new availability of aftermarket accessories which give the trucks a new and improved look.

25 Optimus Prime Semi

Ready for a spooky semi truck ride like never before? Check out this one of a kind looking truck that takes a custom spider web design and combines it with a dark paint job that truly stands out from the crowd.

There is nothing run of the mill looking about this truck, as it combines a serious amount of style that you won’t usually see on a truck that's this unique, to say the least. Gotta love the purple paint job as well, as it blends nicely with the black paint.

24 Custom Mack Concrete Truck

Talk about patriotic, this black and white Peterbilt is beyond unique. With a standout paint job that looks great, we like everything about this truck that has made it a unique choice.

The blue and white blend together perfectly, and we can see what style this owner was going for when he designed this one of a kind semi truck that definitely looks different than most vehicles that we might see. We like blue paint jobs in general, so this Peterbilt single cab is right at home for us.

23 Custom Green Danger Semi

What we have right here is a truly unique piece of semi truck design, and by no means an average truck. The sheer way that this semi truck looks is enough to scare any driver out of the way, and we love the dark paint scheme with the green accents.

Obviously, there is a good amount of chrome in the places that it should be as well, and this all works together to make for a pretty unique looking truck that is sure to standout from the crowd when it comes to custom semi truck models.

22 Candy Painted Blue Peterbilt

There is no doubt that the Peterbilt brand is one of the most popular semi truck models on the market today. When it comes to driving a semi truck for the long distances, why not look cool right?

Well, this candy painted blue Peterbilt is a truck that is sure to standout from the crowd in every way. The paint looks like something that you would find on a low-rider instead of a semi truck, which has created a one of a kind look that really stands out in our list of the coolest looking semi trucks.

21 Orange Cream Peterbilt

Most of the custom trucks that we have included are Peterbilt models, and that is because this is one of the most well-known semi truck models around. This orange cream version is another clean example of what a cool truck should look like, and we can tell that this orange cream paint job was picked up by a driver who really wanted their truck to standout from the crowd.

The Orange Cream Peterbilt looks great in every aspect, and the model really takes advantage of bright paint that stands out.

20 Candy Purple Peterbilt

Taking a page out of the candy painted car scene in Texas, this particular semi truck has a more unique look than we have seen in the past.

Utilizing a candy painted purple hue, this Peterbilt is not your grandfather's semi truck. We have to admire how unique this big truck is when it is cruising down the road, and also have to admire the chrome rim choice which really sets the truck off in terms of uniqueness, giving this Peterbilt a reputation for style.

19 Darth Vader Peterbilt Semi

Have you ever watched Star Wars? Who hasn’t right, and that is why we found this Darth Vader inspired semi truck pretty cool. What looks like a rolling death star, this semi truck is as cool as they get and we have to respect the Star Wars theme that is going on here.

Riding down the freeway might just seem like a normal task until you see the Darth Vader Peterbilt rolling on by. From the unique paint to the one of a kind accents - that makes this truck one of the most unique models on the road.

18 Flat Black Freightliner

Even though custom paint jobs are nice and all, sometimes there is nothing nicer than a basic flat black paint job to set yourself apart from the other models on the road.

This flat black Freightliner is another unique example of what a proper looking semi truck could be, and with enough chrome accents to make even the most discerning truck driver happy, there is nothing that looks dated or odd about this truck. Flat black is one of the hottest paint colors right now.

17 White And Green Peterbilt

While you don’t generally see green utilized on a lot of custom cars, this white and green combination Peterbilt certainly takes the cake as one unique looking truck. We haven’t seen this paint combination before and this is a one of a kind combination that really sets this truck off in every way, offering a unique combination that makes for a fresh looking semi truck.

Plus, we always have a soft spot for two-tone trucks anyway, with their unique paint jobs.

16 Old School Custom Kenworth

Kenworth is another well-known brand that has been making semi trucks for a long time, and this old-school custom Kenworth sticks to a well-known design that will make even the most discerning truck drivers happy to see it.

The Old School Custom Kenworth makes usage of a lot of chrome accents, which you expect on an older model big right. Still, nevertheless, the old school styling has made this particular custom Kenworth a standout the truck, to say the least.

15 Root Beer Custom Peterbilt

Sometimes it takes a rather unique paint job to set a custom vehicle off, and this Peterbilt truck has one of the most unique paint jobs that you will see. With a custom root beer brown theme that really shows off the trucks curves and design cues.

The root beer coloration has become a popular choice in the aftermarket community, so we can only assume why the owner picked this one of a kind color for his long-haul truck. We gotta say, this root beer paint job looks pretty darn cool.

14 Flat Blue Peterbilt

Then you have the blue colored trucks, which all look great in their own right. This flat blue Peterbilt is one of the more original truck models that you’ll see, and boy what a treat it is.

This paint job really sets the truck off and gives it an industrial look, far superior from many flat blue paint jobs that have been used. We would assume that this is some kind of plastic dip paint job but nevertheless, it looks great in every aspect.

13 Fire Engine Red Lowrider Peterbilt

Man, do we love a red paint job and this fire engine red Peterbilt just about takes the cake. For starters, this massive big rig is riding on an air bagged suspension which has given the truck a mad cool design.

To be able to put a truck this big on some kind of air ride suspension is a special feat in itself, and naturally, the owner has taken pride in this one of a kind truck that definitely does more than just haul a load around the country.

12 Baby Blue Peterbilt Semi

Peterbilt seems to be the most popular choice in the aftermarket pickup truck community, so naturally, the models have come a long way. This particular baby blue example takes advantage of one of the more unique variations that we have seen.

The baby blue paint job is quite unique, to say the least, and this has given the truck a one of a kind look. We like Peterbilt trucks in general because of their quintessential semi truck look and the sheer amount of factory chrome that comes with these trucks.

11 Two Tone Peterbilt

Taking another cue from the custom car scene, this owner utilized a two-tone paint job which gave his Peterbilt a one of a kind look.

You don’t see a lot of two-tone paint jobs so when one is done right we really like it. This is a multi-colored paint job that has been done right in every aspect and we thoroughly enjoy looking at this one of a kind example of how to make a seriously cool two-tone big rig model.

10  Lime Green Peterbilt

When it comes to doing wild colors on a big rig there is always the risk of going over the top, but when it comes to this lime green Peterbilt example, the owner did everything right. Thanks to the natural lines of the truck and a great selection for the paint, this lime green Peterbilt manages to set the bar for what a radical paint color can be.

Going from lackluster to something that we would definitely drive during a long haul voyage, this lime green paint job is superb.

9 Sleek Blue And White Peterbilt

Taking a page out of the low-rider scene again, this sleek blue and white Peterbilt model is a step above what you would come to expect out of the average semi truck.

We like this two-tone paint job because it's not as overbearing as you would come to expect out of a semi truck with a custom paint job. We’re not sure what this blue color is called but we like the way that it sets off the lines of this Peterbilt so well.

8 Sleek Black Semi Truck

Black is a paint color that is one of the hardest to keep up and pull off, and half of the reason is that the color requires such a high amount of maintenance that it can be crazy for most people to take care.

But, we can see that this sleek black semi truck got the right amount of care from its owner with the proper waxing and washing to make the color shine like nothing that we have seen before, making for one cool looking truck.

7 Peterbilt 379 Blue Flame

White is a color that is often overrated and doesn’t get the credit that it deserves, and this white and cream Peterbilt is a cool looking truck, to say the least. We really like how the white coloring and the cream coloration blend together so well to create a one of a kind truck that is certainly hard to miss.

The Peterbilt truck brand, in general, is a special part of the trucking history, and this model really goes for a unique spin on a classic design.

6  Ripe N Ready Peterbilt

We don’t generally see yellow trucks around unless they're a Penske semi truck, so naturally, when we saw this yellow Peterbilt we were impressed by its one of a kind styling that really set the truck off from the standard fare that we are used to seeing.

The raised cab gives the truck a pretty cool look, to say the least, and who can argue with this one of a kind choice of styling that has made the truck a quite unique project.

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