Peterbilt 352 Legendary Truck Sturdy High Cabin Design – Peterbilt 352 has been beautifully restored by its owner. This model is designed to have a higher cabin, bigger rad, and larger engine, than its predecessor. The tilt-cab cab-over-engine model replaces the Model 351 straight and box cabin with the “Panoramic Safe-T-Cab” in 1959.
Officially dubbed “Pacemaker” by staff members at Peterbilt after the name contest home in the year 1969. In 1959 until 1969 the position of the headlights was closer to the radiator. UniLite cabins are all equipped. Pacemaker style sheet metal was produced from 1969 to 1980. The Pacemaker cabin was perfected during the 1970s. The Pacemaker 352 is available in cabin sizes ranging from 54 “to 110” bumper to the rear of the cabin (BBC). A 352 Pacemaker appeared on Knight Rider as Goliath super-truck, and “cab-over Pete” was referred to in the classic CB radio song “Convoy”.
Currently there is still and is a lot of operation as a heavy-duty trailer, even by partially modifying the Peterbilt 352 years old is more sturdy and tough, because Peterbilt 352 is indeed the legendary truck in the automotive world, especially the big trucks.
Peterbilt 352 1969 – 1980