Obsession or expression
WINNIPEG, Man. The word obsession often conjures up the images strewn through fashion magazines of scantily clad super models hocking the latest fragrance from France. It’s a late model 379 Pete from Niverville, Man. “If you win, that’s nice. But if you don’t, you still leave happy knowing you had a good time.”Far more important is the friendly atmosphere.”Number one is the friends you make, like Neil Holsembach, a buddy of mine from Sugar Valley, Ga.,” he says. It has an eight bag air ride system, which was about as comfortable as the old trucks come, plus it has twice the style of the new ones,” he says. “I was going to do a quick splash and dash and actually put the truck to work, but the wiring was atrocious.”In the end he stripped it down to frame rails and rebuilt it from the ground up. Careful to preserve the original style of the unit, Cooper loves it when those of the younger set stop to look at his truck. “Ducks and windshields don’t mix.”Overall attractionFor larger fleets, the joy of competition can mean far more than collecting hardware and bragging rights. Air Max 2015 Transportation out of Winnipeg, spent a fair bit of his time shining up two of the firm’s many trucks. The fleet buffed up a pai Air Max 2015 r of Petes, a 379 and a 387, for the Performance with Pride event in the Peg.”Sure we do it for the prestige, it draws attention to the company,” he says. “It allows us to make contact with the drivers visiting the event and show them exactly what kind of iron we run.” n
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