Friday, August 24, 2012

Pictures of Custom Trucks at the Great American Trucking Show 2012, Dallas, Texas.

____Forget for a moment the limited usefulness of these stunning creations and let yourself wallow in an extravaganza of polished steel and shining paint-work. Let yourself be amazed by the artistic engineering, incredible attention to detail, beautiful colour schemes and the total disregard of any financial inhibitions. Enjoy!

Chrome Shop Mafia's long, low, blue and tribal Vee 8.

The Rat Rod look: making one tough-looking truck.

Twin Tribal Gear Sticks.

Suicide doors and custom-cut wheels.

Flaming colour scheme: inside and out.

Tidy rear-end with matching 5th wheel cover.

Quarry truck showing hours of TLC.

One of many Peterbilt 379's at the show.

Something different from big fleet of John Christner.

The In-Vogue Long and Low rear-end treatment.

One of three Canadian entries.

Ghost-Flames in Blue.

Is it a tank-trailer or a work of art?

The triple-turbo treatment: plenty of go with show.

Perfect in every way.

Super Clean.
The Look-in-Side: See-no-Red Tank.

Another 379.

And another.

Best Cabover in Show: only cabover in show.

Of all the trucks in all the World.
I'll take the Super-Liner. Thank-you.

Old School Class.

Classic Paint.

Orange striped tyres: different.

Oldie and Goldie.

Imposing Red Kenworth


  1. Some fine pictures of some top rigs you took Chris. Thanks.

  2. Look at all these amazing trucks! The owner of each certainly put a lot of effort customizing their truck. Clearly, trucks are more than just mere vehicles for lugging around equipment. For me, the best-looking truck among all those is the one in the fourth picture. It looks like a black-and-blue version of Optimus Prime from the movie Transformers!