We Want to See Your Classy Truck!

The first Classy Truck of the Year winner was a beautiful Sterling Acterra built by Pik Rite.
The first Classy Truck of the Year winner was a beautiful Sterling Acterra built by Pik Rite.

Fifteen years. That’s how long we’ve been running the Classy Truck of the Year contest in Pumper.

That first winner was a beautiful Sterling Acterra built by Pik Rite and carrying a 2,500-gallon steel tank and Jurop/Chandler R260 pump. Ed McGuire, who at the time operated McGuire’s Septic Service in Rome, Pennsylvania, was an old-car enthusiast and had the truck painted a 1957 Chevy turquoise and Chrysler super white. Hopefully that sharp truck is still on the road today.

Now it’s your turn to make history with your septic service rig. We want to see your new or refurbished vacuum truck and share it with readers in our monthly Classy Truck feature. Trucks chosen for the monthly honor compete for cover photo honors in our February issue that coincides with the Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport (WWETT) Show.

It’s easy to enter. Snap some photos showing your truck from bumper to bumper. Then email them to editor@pumper.com along with a brief description of the build. We’ll take care of the rest.



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