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Peterbilt was founded on the site of Fageol, which was founded in 1915 by Frank and William Fageol.
The company first produced light trucks, and then trucks for the timber industry.
Due to the crisis and bankruptcy, Fageol became the property of Sterling Motors.
Since 1939, after Fageol / Sterling Motors was taken over by entrepreneur Peterman, who founded the Peterman Manufacturing Company, the development of the Peterbilt truck project began.
Initially, they were similar to the Fageol truck models, but by the beginning of the 40s they acquired original features.
In the 50s, when the company was already bearing the name Peterbilt Motor Company, the production of cab-over-engine trucks began.
These were powerful and productive machines with a cab equipped with a sleeping compartment.
Peterbilt joined the PACCAR concern, which already included the manufacturer Kenworth, in 1958.
This had a positive impact on the performance of the company: a new enterprise was built, and the volume of truck production increased.
By the end of the 70s, Peterbilt had already produced 72,000 trucks.
In the 80s, the manufacturer updated the model range: the 352 model was replaced by a modern truck model 362, which, thanks to its reliability and performance, won the trust of a large number of drivers.
This popular model was joined in 1986 by the long-hooded Peterbilt 379 with an aerodynamic body.
Currently, the Peterbilt truck range is represented by models 379, which is produced for individual orders, as well as Peterbilt 387, Peterbilt 386, including, in a hybrid version, Peterbilt 210.
The new model was the Peterbilt 567 truck, which is versatile and can be used not only as a tractor or dump truck, but also as a garbage truck.
This model, like many other Peterbilt trucks, is equipped with a PACCAR engine, a strong chassis and several cab options.