21 Baddest Custom Semi Trucks on Earth
We love this next truck because its a very cool custom semi truck with a luxury sports car edge. This is a 2002 Peterbilt 379 built by Outlaw Customs out of Colorado.
It was created as a promotional tool for Training Day, a sports supplement company. They wanted something that turned heads and got people talking and they definitely achieved that with this stealthy big rig. Training Day spared no expense using top manufacturers to achieve their vision. In the front you’ve got the Jones Performance custom hood and fenders, custom bumper, and the blacked out grille with rivets. At the rear you’ve got Cool Truck Components rear fenders and custom bumper. But what gives it that luxury feel the most is that flat mat paint job, and trust us when we say they didn’t send it to Maaco. Outlaw Customs went so far as to fly out special painters from First Class Services to spray the rig with PPG Delfleet Evolution flat black and flat gun metal gray paint. The end result is a completely custom big rig that has the stealthy look of a Lamborghini with the intimidation factor only a semi can garner thanks to high end touches and a seriously awesome paint job.