PORTLAND, Ore. — Freightliner recently turned two trucks over to Chrome Shop Mafia to have them tricked out.
Included were a Freightliner Cascadia and a Coronado.
“Both the Cascadia and the Coronado are great looking trucks with first rate performance – we couldn’t wait to see how the Chrome Shop Mafia would blend style with efficiency, and take the trucks to the next level,” said Melissa Clausen, director of product marketing, Freightliner Trucks.
The Coronado was given a custom four-colour paint job and stainless steel sun visor as well as hub covers, fiberglass double hump fenders and custom frame covers.
“This new Coronado is a pleasing sight for any owner/operator – and we simply enhanced its good looks,” said Joe “Lil’ Joe” Overfelt. “The Coronado’s traditional styling and modern upgrades make it an all-around crowd pleaser.”
The Coronado’s interior received upgrades such as a custom details on the seats and dash.
The Cascadia, meanwhile, was given a ‘hot rod’ appearance. The Chrome Shop Mafia team gave it a multi-colour “sunburst” paint scheme and added custom rear fenders, axle covers and light panels.
Inside, the Cascadia received custom-embroidered seats and floor mats, painted dash panels that match the trucks’ exterior, and additional driver comfort accessories.
“This truck has a modern new age look that everyone is sure to love,” said Overfelt. “The Cascadia’s aerodynamic features not only improve its styling but saves at the pump.”
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