The Peterbilt 281 Truck 1960 is an iconic classic, known as the Queen of the Highway. It has a timeless look that is instantly recognizable—from its sloping, streamlined hood to its poised chrome grille and tall iconic windshield, the 281 looks ready to take on the open road. It boasts a mighty V8 engine for plenty of power and torque, allowing for a towing capacity of 25,000 lbs. The steel frame and chassis provides an incredibly durable structure, making it capable of hauling and delivering even the heaviest cargo. Inside, the cabin is spacious, with plenty of elbow room for comfort, and a large five-gauge cluster for easy operations. The exterior is a classic presentation of chrome plated parts, a long hood, and low headlamps—creating an Airfoil-inspired visual. It is a thing of beauty; a powerful and iconic vehicle that will surely maintain its classic looks for years to come.
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