Image can be everything
by Sean Kilcarr in the October issue of American Trucker magazine
After pumping tens of thousands of hard-earned dollars and countless worker-hours into crafting one-of-a-kind custom truck creations, such vehicles should be parked in a nice garage so neither the elements nor the hazards of the road could even hope to leave the barest trace of harm upon such gleaming works of art. Such is the opinion of many folks, but not that of Bill Rethwisch of Tomah, WI. He’s got seven such highly customized rigs on the road at work every day hauling and delivering gasoline and other petroleum products into places where road grime plus exposure to dings and dents are a commonplace occurrence. And he wouldn’t have it any other way.