Cat Scales brought its race car and classic Kenworth truck to GATS this year.
Bibendum, more commonly known as the "Michelin Man," made an appearance at GATS.
Several fleets brought their special "military honor trucks" to GATS. This "honor truck" is from Melton Truck Lines in Tulsa, OK; a 2014 T-680 powered by a Paccar MX 340 hp engine driven by Harry Welker.
This military honor truck is operated by Schneider National.
Crete Carrier Corp. is the home for the Navistar International ProStar military honor truck.
Goodyear promoted its new Fuel Max G505D long-haul drive tire at GATS this year.
Ryder displayed but a small sampling of the tens of thousands of used trucks in its inventory at GATS.
The famed "Dr. Cool" mobile exhibit operated by Detroit Radiator Corp. parks on the GATS show floor.
The row of glass heads made for a dazzling display at Blue Parrott's booth.
Bolt Custom Trucks & Manufacturing out of Ft. Wayne, IN, showed off this one-of-a-kind expedited freight truck. Built on a 205 Freightliner Cascadia tractor, Bolt installed the 100-inch integrated sleeper as well as the unique side fairings developed by Freightliner's R&D group.
Here's a blast from the past: a circa 1985 Kenworth K100E cabover powered by an old NTC 400 engine, owned by Clark freight Lines out of Pasadena TX.
Ram trucks showed off its pickup truck line at GATS.
Freightliner showed off its latest vocational truck chassis at GATS.
Flashy show trucks adorned the walkways almost anywhere you turned at GATS this year
Wreaths Across America set up shop at GATS to look for trucking volunteers to haul memorial decorations for the military graves at Arlington National Cemetery..
A host interesting products, sights and, yes, plenty of glamorously-appointed custom trucks could be found at the 2014 Great American Trucking Show (GATS) in Dallas, TX.
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