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Lynden, WA Truck Show Pictures - 2000

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Here are some pictures that Dean took at a recent truck show at Lynden, WA.
Side view of Rod Pickett's Peterbilt. Here is Rod Pickett's rig from the front view at the "Pride in Your Ride" truck show in Lynden WA. Rear view of Rod's Peterbilt.
Engine of Rod Pickett's Peterbilt. Interior shot of Rod Pickett's Peterbilt.
Erich Schoen's W900 KW went home to Tagent OR. with best of show!! This is an awesome rig bumper to bumper. Nice job Erich and congratulations!
Its easy to appreciate the beauty of Erich Schoens Kenworth and Western curtain van from any angle you look.
Here is a photo of an nice Pete conventional that is owned by Bel-Lyn Farms at the Pride in Your Ride show at Lynden WA on 9-2-00. A rear view of George Van Dyke's 2000 Peterbilt. This is George Van Dykes 2000 Peterbilt. Pride is clear in this truck... just look in the shine.
Here is a photo of the Cat engine that powers the 95 Van Dyke Peterbilt. This 95 Peterbuilt is owned by George Van Dyke and driven by his son Brad. Hours and Hours of work, pride and attention are obvious here. This is George Van Dykes 1995 Peterbilt. Look at the shine.
Here are some pictures of a Kenworth owned by Ludke.
This early 90's Pete is owned by the Tellefsens. A lot of work in getting this one ready for the show is clear.
Here is a photo of Ned Vander Ploeg's 2000 KW 900L. It is equipped with a 550 HP Cat. Ned was very instrumental in getting this show together. Thanks Ned. We all look forward to next year.
A fine looking Mack B Series with a Thermodyne Diesel engine that was also at the Lynden truck show. A side view of a 50's vintage GMC. 1977 Peterbilt owned by BedRock out of Point Arena, CA.



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