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Here are more rig photos from a fan of the site. Warren B. Is a trucker himself and had the opportunity to drive all of these Kenworth trucks throughout the U.S.A. and Canada over an 8 year period. The red Western Star was driven by one of his friends.
Adding to our collection of viewer submitted rigs, below you will see photos of Harvey E's 1987 International 9370 Eagle Dump Truck. He originally bought the 400 horsepower 10 speed truck as a tractor then converted it into a dump truck tandem axle then painted it purple and yellow.
About five years later he added two lift axles to carry more weight when hauling sand and topsoil around the Smithfield, Virginia area. Although it often gets dirty you will never see another old school dump truck in the area that shines like his when cleaned up.
Brandon H. out of Arizona started his career as a trucker at the age of 14 running farm trucks. When he turned 21 his dad gave him his first Peterbilt (photo 1 of 4), later on he sold it and bought this nice 308" wheelbase Peterbilt flat top. Riding in class he hauls anything and everything that'll make a dollar.
Here are pics of the first truck Jim B. customized. The truck started out as a 2005 Freightliner FLD132 Classic XL from a well know fleet. The truck had a 70" raised roof condo sleeper which Jim removed. The wheelbase was shortened and the truck repainted. Installed new tires, many custom parts, had the dash pulled and painted to match exterior, installed many chrome and stainless options for interior, and a pair of custom leather seats with matching fabric to exterior. Once completed, it was hooked up to a new black Wilson hopper and started hauling grain locally for Behrens Farms.
Here is another truck that Jim customized for their farm. This truck started out as an easily recognizable continental blue 379 Pete from a well know fleet. Jim took the truck, had faring removed, and had it repainted. Installed new tires, tons of accessories and had it polished out then started hauling corn. This farm truck only gets about 4,500 miles a year, and is stored in a climate controlled shop when not in use.
Jim bought this one owner 2008 389 Peterbilt from a company in Memphis, TN. Took the truck home, had it repainted to a different color. Ordered and installed accessories, new tires, new seats, and had it polished out for local shows where it has received lots of compliments. It now takes the roads hauling grain every week. We have to say this is our favorite, just a beauty that would get anyone's attention on the road.
Check out this bright 2011 Kenworth T800 with a matching 2014 Wilson belt trailer driven by Dustin B. for Walters trucking.