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10 Amazing Custom Semis

Trucking doesn’t have to be all work and no play. These sleek, shiny custom big rigs are truly a treat for the eyes and allow the drivers to show off a little of their own personality. We tip our hat to these truckers that are hauling in style!


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The vintage inspired green paint job with loads of chrome accents on this custom Peterbilt give off a cool 50’s vibe. 


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This 1990 Peterbilt 379 features a sleek two-tone pearl white with gray exterior and sky-high exhaust stacks. The overall styling on this rig really highlights its immense power.


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This awesome blue-flamed Peterbilt 379 has been lovingly maintained since 1988 and took home “Best of Show” at the 2016 Shell Rotella SuperRig Truck Beauty Contest.
Source: http://rotella.shell.com/superrigs/2016-winners


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Every inch of this brand new custom 2017 Peterbilt 389 is simply breathtaking. We’d love to hit the highway in this masterpiece!


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This immaculately cared-for 1996 Freightliner Classic XL is nicknamed “The Goose” and features a “Super Sleeper” that even has a shower! Need extra parts for maintenance? They’ve even built in an air-tight cabinet on the nose of the trailer!


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This 2015 Peterbilt 389 with a 2017 Mac End Dump picked up the award for “Best Lights” at the 2016 Shell Rotella SuperRig Truck Beauty Contest and we can see why.
Source: http://rotella.shell.com/superrigs/2016-winners


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Nothing gets our pulse racing like a great antique vehicle and this 1954 Kenworth is a prime example. The striking orange and cream paint job makes this a very hard truck to miss.
Source: http://fleetowner.com/equipment/antique-trucks-mid-america-2016#slide-20-field_images-188171


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The custom graphics on this beautiful 1999 Peterbilt 379 are absolutely mesmerizing. We could just sit and stare all day!


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The theme of this bright and striking Peterbilt pays tribute to everything water-related; speed boats, waves, sun, and good times out on the lake. No wonder they call it the “Wave Maker”.


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And now for the craziest truck of all times: the “Shockwave Jet Truck”. Yes, folks, it’s jet-powered so when you need it there in a hurry…. Ok maybe we shouldn’t take this one out on the streets.

2 Comments:

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November 5, 2016 at 8:29 AM  

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