At every big car and truck show there’s always one truck that draws a crowd because it’s so unique and flat out cool that people can’t resist taking a closer look. This year in Columbus at the annual GoodGuys show, it was this 1968 Peterbilt custom built truck sporting an 855 Cummins diesel and more custom touches than you can even imagine. It’s the kind of truck that you don’t just look at, but you explore it. Sitting on massive custom frame rails and suspension, the truck is as bad as they come. It’s enormous and sleek. Out front, the massive Cummins looks like it belongs in a freight train. The truck is smashed to the ground on airbags with a straight axle front and custom diagonal 4 link rear suspension.