A new feature of The Chill was the semi-truck class of competition, which included Ray Graves' “Born to Lead” Peterbilt tractor finished in a fantastic multi-colored panel paint job. It was one of several Farmers Oil Co. entries in the class.
A new feature of The Chill was the semi-truck class of competition, which included Ray Graves' “Born to Lead” Peterbilt tractor finished in a fantastic multi-colored panel paint job. It was one of several Farmers Oil Co. entries in the class. The Wichita Eagle
A new feature of The Chill was the semi-truck class of competition, which included Ray Graves' “Born to Lead” Peterbilt tractor finished in a fantastic multi-colored panel paint job. It was one of several Farmers Oil Co. entries in the class. The Wichita Eagle

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