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At any given time in the Bolt Custom Trucks booth at the Great American Truck Show in Dallas, August 21-23, there was a line of people waiting to tour the inside of Bob and Linda Caffee’s 2015 Freightliner Cascadia with a 100” Bolt Custom Sleeper complete with all the latest in comfort features and amenities, as well as, unique one-of-a-kind design requests.
In addition to showcasing Bolt’s custom sleeper capabilities, the Caffee truck also demonstrated Bolt’s superior engineering through the development of new truck skirting, extending the entire length of the trailer for better fuel efficiency.
“The development of the truck skirting was in conjunction with the Caffee’s in order to create better aerodynamics and fuel efficiency,” said Brian Callan, president. “We build custom sleepers, and this request was within our engineering and construction capabilities. We’re excited to see where it might lead in the industry.”
The Caffee truck is also unique in the distinctive interior features with diamond stitching, granite counter tops, and bamboo flooring. It also boosts 11 hidden locations where Mickey Mouse can be found.
Bolt Custom Trucks is a leading manufacturer providing premium custom sleepers for OTR expedited trucks and tractor trailers. Understanding the demands placed on drivers and the fact that a truck’s sleeper is their home while on the road, Bolt strives to provide the ultimate living and working environment to fit unique comfort and business needs to the trucking industry.
THANK YOU… to everyone who was able to attend this year’s show and came to visit us at Bolt’s booth. Your continued support is appreciated and enables us to build the best custom sleeper in the industry. Be sure to check out the photo album from the show and of the truck.