The Peterbilt 281 Truck from 1963 is an iconic American workhorse. This classic cabover truck was built to handle any and all jobs. It was made to be hardy and dependable, boasting an adjustable suspension and engine power to spare. The cab was designed to be comfortable and airy, offering driver visibility and air-cooled comfort. The truck was equipped with the reliable Cummins N85 diesel engine which, with 375 horsepower, could handle the most demanding loading. The 281 had a five-speed manual transmission, providing greater gear-splitting flexibility and better fuel economy. It also included an electronic governor for a uniform rate of acceleration, improving vehicular performance. The exterior of the Peterbilt 281 featured a distinctive chrome grille, dual air horns and stainless steel highlights. It had built-in air and power steering, plus an ergonomic operator's seat and power windows for operator comfort. In addition to the performance and comfort, the 281 had an impressive payload capacity. Its steel frame and full-length box frame construction could take up to 18 tons of cargo. You could even lessen the load by installing a pup trailer and extending its hauling power to 28 tons. The Peterbilt 281 was in production from 1963 to 1978, and during that time it gained a reputation of being one of the most dependable workhorses around. It had all of the features, power and performance drivers craved, making it a true legend in the trucking world.
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