GEAR JAMMER Magazine goes “Old School” for our Nov/Dec Truck of the Month, as we feature Isaac Peckham’s classic 1974 KW W-900 A-Model. There’s just something about an A-Model that makes you take a 2nd look, and Isaac’s black beauty is no exception! The truck sits perfectly on the 260″ wheelbase and features an air ride cab & bunk suspension. The 60″ flat top sleeper has a unibilt big hole conversion for easier access from the cab. Isaac credits AK Upholstery for wrapping the dash with leather and also for fabricating the panels inside. Power for this classic K-Dub comes from a Big Cam 3 Cummins engine that’s paired up with a 13 speed OD transmission and 3:90 rears. An airliner super 40’s suspension rounds it out. The roof has been completely “cleaned up” for a unique look, and the original grille sits up front along with the classic angled chrome bumper. A set of straight pipes flows perfectly with the simple lines of the truck, along with the full fenders over the rears and the painted fuel tanks with polished straps & end caps. He said his father, Dan Peckham, painted the truck and Isaac did the rest himself with plenty of help from friends Josh Monette, Cameron Couch, Justin Bertrand, Tony Smith Jr., Tommy Szirbik and Mike Bujnevicie. State Line Mack in Fitzwilliam,NH also played a big role in the restoration. Isaac says he still has a few changes in mind for this old girl and he may even truck with it someday. For now, he enjoys showing it off at the various truck shows he attends, drawing a crowd whenever he pulls in!