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    Peterbilt’s versatile lineup of electric trucks provide customers zero emissions, high-performance vehicles for clean, efficient operation and lower overall maintenance. Peterbilt offers three EV configurations – the Models 579EV, 520EV and 220EV – to satisfy diverse customer needs.

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    For more than 80 years, Peterbilt has been producing trucks with unparalleled quality. Purposefully crafted to stand the test of time, every model in Peterbilt’s incomparable lineup of on-highway tractors and vocational and medium-duty work trucks is built and configured to do one important job — yours. Rush Truck Centers offers the complete line of Peterbilt truck models at our Peterbilt dealerships across the country.

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    For 80 years Peterbilt Motors Company has been manufacturing American medium to heavy-duty trucks. Based out of Denton Texas, Peterbilt has been providing customers with durable, long-lasting trucking equipment.

  6. For 80 years, Peterbilt has built a name synonymous with quality, efficiency and style. Whether its over-the-road, around town, or on the job site, Peterbilt trucks set the standard by which all others are judged. After All... It's not a truck, It's a Peterbilt.

  7. List of Peterbilt vehicles - Wikipedia

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    In 1978, Peterbilt's engineers were tasked with making a bigger sleeper. They designed the 63" sleeper with rounded doors and a walk-through from the cab. The sleeper debuted on a 359-127" and can be seen in the 1978 brochure "Best in Class". This truck also featured the first set of rectangular headlamps.

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