Josh Foster and his crew at their Bald Knob, Ariz.,-based shop built this truck as “a slapstick joke,” Foster says. “Everything on it’s exaggerated. The interior’s over the top and has shag carpet. The visor’s huge. It has big fat fenders on it. We built it to just sort of poke fun at the truck show world.” The truck started out as a 1984 Peterbilt 359, but Foster and his crew cut the 280-in. wheelbase down to 116, added a pickup truck bed from a Chevrolet and dropped the front and rear suspension by about a foot. They also rebuilt the truck’s Cummins, amping it up to 600 hp. Foster says he “just uses the truck as a toy,” driving it to around to visit car shows and truck shows.