Even bulk haulers can glamorize their rigs -- no doubt why this one is emblazzoned with the name 'First Class Services Inc.'
The back lot behind the Kentucky Expo Center hosted the main portion of the custom truck revue.
This cabover is operated by FST Oilfield and is named 'Northern Sensation.'
The rig of the one-and-only Henry 'Highway Hank' Good, guarded as always by his trusty canine co-pilot.
Troy Huddleston Trucking out of Illinois operates this slick Pete seen here near the top of 'show truck row' at Mid America.
There are several different competition "classes" during show truck events; one for antiques, one for new trucks, one for working trucks, etc.
Yet the lot in front of the Expo center hosted a small gathering of show trucks, too, under the auspices of the Nati'l Assn. of Show Trucks.
This customized 800-hp monster owned by Carl Andrioff out of Boca Raton, FL, is appropriately named 'The Rocket Ship.'
Garner's Towing out of Indiana brought this massive tow truck to Mid America.
Michigan's Bugg Forest Products showed off this low-rider Peterbilt at Mid America.
Tricked out in all manner of chrome, lights, and paint, customized show trucks made a major splash as always at the annual Mid America gathering.
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