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Peterbilt was founded to solve a problem.
Founder T. A. Peterman, a logger,
found his options for getting his lumber to the mill
a tad too limited.
Having decided against floating logs downriver,
using horse teams,
or trying a steam tractor,
Peterman hit on the idea
of rebuilding surplus Army trucks.
A few years later, in 1939
– after a long and winding road
that included such innovations
as a custom-built logging body,
and an electric starter
– Peterbilt was born.
On these foundations,
the company built a long line
of successful trucks,
all leading up to the 359 series,
introduced in 1967.
Numerous variants were built:
day cabs, sleeper cabs, heavy-duty wreckers,
tankers, and dump trucks
all found their way onto 359 bodies.
The first long-nose Peterbilt,
it was such a successful design
that it remained in production for twenty years.
This Peterbilt 359
is a tandem-axle tractor with a day cab.
It features Hendrickson rear spring suspension,
an Eaton Fuller Road Ranger
and a unique Corvette dash
(also known as the “Dash of Class”).
And its rare 450hp V-8 Cat 3408 engine
pumps out plenty of power and torque.
Its water properties
have been checked and tested.
Equipped with wet lines,
it's ideally suited for a lowboy.
This is a rare opportunity
to own a Peterbilt 359
with some truly rare touches.
It's been well maintained,
and is not only road worthy,
but also worthy
of any problems
you can throw its way.
The 359 is worthy of the Peterbilt name,
and would do T. A. Peterman himself proud.
BUY IT NOW !!
This Truck is Located in Lincoln Park, NJ 07035
Please understand I don't own this Peterbilt 359 personally
I am a full time broker selling for a customer
My goal is to bring the buyer and seller together
I do my very best to tell you what I know
I encourage and very much support a pre-buy inspection
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