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2019Kenworth T680 - STOCKTON



Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:308,003 ECM: 308,003
Stock #: 250298
Price: $110,950 USD$

2019Kenworth T680 - STOCKTON



Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:273,514 ECM: 273,514
Stock #: 249390
Price: $109,950 USD$

2019Freightliner Cascadia - STOCKTON



Engine: DET
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 10 Speed
Mileage:349,508 ECM: 349,508
Stock #: 248941
Price: $109,950 USD$

2019Kenworth T680 - STOCKTON



Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:346,486 ECM: 346,486
Stock #: 249822
Price: $108,950 USD$

2019Peterbilt 579 - STOCKTON



Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:351,822 ECM: 351,822
Stock #: 250725
Price: $124,950 USD$

2019Peterbilt 579 - STOCKTON



Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:353,945 ECM: 353,945
Stock #: 250726
Price: $124,950 USD$

2019Kenworth T680 - STOCKTON

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Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:342,000 ECM: 342,000
Stock #: 248278
Price: $99,950 USD$

2019Kenworth T680 - STOCKTON

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Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:451,495 ECM: 451,495
Stock #: 249569
Price: $94,950 USD$

2019Kenworth T680 - STOCKTON



Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:361,956 ECM: 361,956
Stock #: 249821
Price: $107,950 USD$

2019Kenworth T680 - STOCKTON



Engine: PACCAR
Horsepower: 455
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:450,482 ECM: 450,482
Stock #: 249389
Price: $99,950 USD$

2018Freightliner Cascadia Evolution - STOCKTON



Engine: DET
Horsepower: 400
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:453,091 ECM: 1
Stock #: 249051
Price: $99,950 USD$

2018Freightliner Cascadia Evolution - STOCKTON



Engine: DET
Horsepower: 400
Trans Speed: 12 Speed
Mileage:448,395 ECM: 1
Stock #: 249050
Price: $99,950 USD$

2018Kenworth T880 - STOCKTON

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Engine: CUMM
Horsepower: 450
Trans Speed: 10 Speed
Mileage:381,750 ECM: 381,750
Stock #: 250642
Price: $106,950 USD$

2018Volvo VNL 430

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Peterbilt 75th Anniversary Coming to Stockton, California

Thousands of Peterbilt owners, enthusiasts, and current and former employees are expected to gather October 25 at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds in Stockton, Calif., for a special event celebrating the 75th anniversary of Peterbilt Motors Company.

The 75th Anniversary Peterbilt Truck Show is anticipated to feature up to 400 show trucks representing milestone models from throughout the company’s history, a reunion luncheon of current and former employees, supplier and vendor exhibits, music, guest speakers, a charity raffle for a Model 359 and Peterbilt’s interactive anniversary tour trailer, hauled by a Model 579 Anniversary Edition truck.

“This will be a very special event that will bring together everything that is essential to our 75 years of industry leadership – our customers, our employees and dealers, and our vehicles,” said Darrin Siver, Peterbilt general manager and PACCAR vice president. “It will be a celebration of Peterbilt’s past, present and future.”

The show is the creation of longtime Peterbilt enthusiast and truck restorer Rick McClerkin, a former employee of Coast Counties Peterbilt in San Jose, Calif., and owner of Roadway Antique Trucks.

“The enthusiasm and excitement surrounding this event continues to grow and we’re expecting a large turnout,” McClerkin said. “For anyone who loves the Peterbilt brand, this will be a once in a lifetime event to see some of the greatest trucks in history – including one of the first chassis ever produced, a 1939 model owned by the Fremont (Calif.) Fire Department – and celebrate with fellow Peterbilt owners, drivers and fans.”

McClerkin said show truck registrations are already near 150 and he expects the capacity limit of 400 trucks will be reached well in advance of the start of the show. The peoples’ choice truck beauty contest will have five categories – antique conventional, working conventional, antique cabover, working cabover and best of show. Winners will be determined by votes from event attendees.

Attendees even have a chance to take home a classic truck of their own if they win the grand prize 1976 Model 359 being raffled to raise money for breast cancer research.  

One of the highlights of the event will be the Peterbilt anniversary tour trailer that is travelling throughout North America visiting Peterbilt dealerships and other industry events. The trailer is a custom-built, double-expandable 53-foot trailer with Peterbilt memorabilia, interactive displays, a history wall display, a PACCAR MX-13 Engine and cab and sleeper cutaways Of Peterbilt’s new Models 579 and 567.

The event is being sponsored by Peterbilt, the American Truck Historical Society, 10-4Magazine, Chrome and Elegance, Courtland Truck Works, Dynaflex Products, Hogebuilt, Pana-Pacific, Redi-Gro, Roadway Antique Trucks and Rockwood. The employee reunion luncheon is sponsored by Coast Counties Peterbilt in San Jose and Valley Peterbilt in Stockton.

McClerkin said registrations are still being accepted for the truck beauty show, vendor exhibits and event sponsors.

The October 25th event is being held at the San Joaquin Fairgrounds:

                   1658 Airport Way

                   Stockton, CA 95206

For more information, visit www.75thanniversary.org. For information on show truck, vendor or sponsor participation, contact McClerkin at 408.268.3870 or via e-mail at [email protected]

Sours: https://www.worktruckonline.com/119469/peterbilt-75th-anniversary-coming-to-stockton-california
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Peterbilt has long storied history in Bay Area

People have been asking: Why was a Peterbilt 75th Anniversary Truck Show held in Stockton and why did it include Fageol trucks?

Heavy duty truck manufacturer Peterbilt Motors Company of Denton, Texas, has historical ties to California. Their roots can be traced back to 1917, when a groundbreaking ceremony held in Oakland literally went off with a bang. An explosive charge opened a hole in the ground, which was the start of Fageol Motors Company's new truck manufacturing facility. They initially started producing small trucks and military tractors for the war effort. As the product line grew to include larger trucks and a line of “Safe T Coach” buses, the company developed a reputation of being one of the best. Unfortunately the Great Depression made conducting business difficult and they were in receivership by the mid-1930s.

A lumberman from Washington state, T.A. “Al” Peterman, made frequent business trips to the Bay Area. Al Peterman had his own fleet of trucks, and when he learned of Fageol's troubles, he became quite interested. He purchased Fageol in 1938 along with the remaining parts inventory. The engineers were directed to change the look of the trucks and revise the part drawings, starting with part number 1-1. By June 1939, the “new” Peterbilt Motors Company had produced its first product. It was a chassis, serial number S100, delivered to the Challenger Company in Sacramento. It became a fire truck for the Centerville (later Fremont) Fire Department. The first full-body Peterbilt was a model 334, serial number L100, delivered to Garrett Beckley in August 1939 at Connell Motor Truck Company on Wilson Way in Stockton.

Peterbilt continued to operate out of the Fageol Oakland factory even after Al Peterman passed away in 1944. His wife, Ida, sold the rights to produce Peterbilts to the management team in 1947, but retained ownership of the property the factory sat on. Eleven years later, the Peterman family made a decision to re-develop the factory site into a shopping center. Peterbilt's management was then faced with the need to raise capital to build a new factory. They received help from Pacific Car and Foundry (now PACCAR) when they became a subsidiary in 1958. A new factory and headquarters was built on Cherry Street in Newark, which opened in 1960. By the mid-1960s the East Coast market was growing and by 1969 a second plant was added in Madison, Tennessee. A year later, “low cab forward” Peterbilts started rolling off the line at a PACCAR-acquired factory in Ste-Therese, Quebec, Canada. Continued increases in market share led to the construction of a high-tech factory, which opened in 1980 outside of Denton, Texas. By 1986 the Newark factory was aging and a decision was made to close the California plant. The company headquarters continued to operate out of Newark until they too were relocated close to the Denton factory in 1993. The efficiencies of the Denton factory also reduced the need for the Madison factory, which closed in 2009.

Last year was Peterbilt's 75th anniversary. When the headquarters moved in 1993, the California administrative employees formed a “keep in touch” list. One of these former employees was encouraged by a fellow Peterbilt enthusiast to propose the idea of honoring the company's 75th anniversary. The original plan was to meet at a restaurant for a special “keep in touch” reunion and invite the Central California Chapter of the American Historical Truck Society to display a few Peterbilts outside. Once word spread about the special reunion, interest amongst the trucking community grew to the point it evolved into a full-fledged truck show. Organized by volunteers under the direction of Rick McClerkin, the show had multiple sponsors who joined in to help, which included participation by Peterbilt Motors Company of Denton, Texas, and two local dealers, Coast Counties Peterbilt of San Jose and Valley Peterbilt of Stockton.

The show was held at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds last fall, close to where the first full Peterbilt was delivered on Wilson Way in 1939. Rain showers did not deter 351 trucks ranging from vintage 1918 Fageols to 2015 model Peterbilts from participating in the show. This provided more than 120 reunion VIP's and family members an opportunity to reunite with many of the products they proudly helped to produce. Some of the more senior VIP attendees actually started their careers at the Oakland facility!

The spectator crowd was estimated to be close to 5,000 attendees. The show featured a morning history talk presented by Cam Levin as well as Peterbilt's interactive traveling history display. The first Peterbilt chassis was on display courtesy of the Fremont Fire Department Union Local 1689 alongside various vendor displays.

The show also raised money for some very special charities. A 1976 Peterbilt donated by Manuel Andrade, Dennis Chan and Ed Rocha was raffled off. Rick McClerkin happily reported that proceeds from the raffle and the truck show raised $8,050 for Susan G. Komen breast cancer research; $6,100 for Children's Fund; $4,200 for Special Olympics; and $1,500 for research into childhood diabetes. An auction during the truck show organized by Bob Hitchcock of Cherokee Truck Parts, raised $22,000 for Shriner's Children Hospitals.

Twelve “people’s choice” trophies were awarded. The first place winners were Wayne Newhouse, Juan Gonzalez, Guy Schorno and Ray Rodriquez. The raffle truck was won by C. Marshall of Livermore.

— Information submitted by Jim Kliment 

Sours: https://www.recordnet.com/article/20150227/ENTERTAINMENTLIFE/150229660

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