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  1. Highlights 2003 Peterbilt 387 · Cat C15 engine, 475 horsepower, 1800 ft-lb torque. · Wheel base 218 inches—Total length 27 feet. · 7500 watt Onan super quiet line series diesel generator. · Caterpillar certified engine overhaul ($16K) - approx 30k miles on engine.. · Meritor Freedomline 12 speed automatic transmission. 2008 Replaced the cab control unit & upper computer (in cab control unit) & lower computer (on transmission) · Two 150 gal. fresh water tanks with switch controlled electric pump. · Tall long sleeper with dual bunks (1 new mattress top bunk was used for storage). · 3 electric 110 volt outlets protected by independent circuit breakers. (2 in sleeper 1 in locked storage compartment) from generator. · New (when modified) locking super heavy duty rear axle with new bearings and break shoes. New brakes in front. · New Peterbilt air ride seats with adjustable armrest. · New front shocks. · New tires. · Up to 12 mpg while towing. · Weight balanced (50/50) front to back for SAFE bob-tailing. · 40 cubic feet of locking storage on bed, with space and tie downs for motorcycle/scooters/bikes etc. · Sleeper pre-wired for TV, microwave ready, 2 closets, new 12 volt fridge. · All truck modifications by Peterbilt dealership in Wichita, KS Doonan Trucking in 2006. · 750K total miles, approx 30K miles since overhaul. The Cab needs to be repainted; the clear coat is coming off, apparently typical for 2003. The back, deck and the storage area look great. Highlights Cedar Creek model 37CKQS · 40 foot; drop steel beam; aluminum framed · Arctic package—with heated water tanks, extra insulation, heated storage compartment. · Trail-air air ride suspension and hitch. · Center kitchen with island, 4 slides. · Custom entertainment center fits 44” flat screen TV · Custom laundry/linen area in bedroom · New Washer and dryer (2014) · New refrigerator (2014) · New Tires (2019) · New Air Conditioners (two 15,000 btu) (2020) · New convection microwave oven (2020) · New seals on slides (2019) · New Carlisle wheels (2015) · New awning (2015) · All manuals included
  2. Nice old cabover Pete on Barn Finds https://barnfinds.com/daily-driver-reliable-1987-peterbilt-362/
  3. Low mileage, hard use. Should be an adventure. less than 200k on chassis, but cab looks like last three wars were fought in it. 12.7l detroit, 8LL, and omg 4.88s. Plenty of power in top gear, but not much speed. Now to squeeze all required items into a 36” sleeper. attempted link to photo below. anyone need a one line wet kit?
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