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  • Kenworth W900

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    The Kenworth W900 is a model line of conventional-cab trucks produced by the American truck manufacturer Kenworth. Distinguished by its long hood length, the W900 is one of the longest-produced model lines in American automotive history, having remained in production since 1961. Produced nearly exclusively as a Class 8 semitractor, the W900 ("W" stands for Worthington, the second half of the Kenworth name) remains popular as a truck used by owner-operators; along with the Peterbilt 379, the W900 is a popular basis for truck customization, with many owners adding additional chrome plated trim, wheels, and lights. In 2018, the Kenworth W990 introduced as the flagship Kenworth model line adding to the long established Kenworth conventional tractor series.

  • Sterling Trucks

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    Sterling Trucks Corporation (commonly designated Sterling) is a former American truck manufacturer of Class 5-8 trucks. Taking on its name from a defunct American truck manufacturer, Sterling was formed in 1997 as Freightliner acquired the rights to the heavy-truck product lines of Ford Motor Company. Sterling-brand trucks were sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand. Headquartered in Redford Township, Michigan (Detroit), Sterling assembled its conventional-cab vehicles in St. Thomas, Ontario. During 2009, Freightliner phased out its Sterling subsidiary.

  • Peterbilt

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    Peterbilt assembly plant and headquarters in Denton, Texas. A 1939 Peterbilt 334 truck, from Peterbilt's first year of productionPeterbilt Motors Company, founded in 1939, is an American manufacturer of medium- and heavy-duty trucks. A subsidiary of Paccar, which also owns fellow heavy-duty truck manufacturer Kenworth. Peterbilt Motors is headquartered in Denton, Texas and operates manufacturing facilities in Denton, Texas and Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec.

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