"Wings of Awesomeness" stay in flight on Western Star trucks
Western Star has expanded its 50th anniversary "Wings of Awesomeness" limited edition graphics package into 2018. Customers can now order it for any Western Star truck model, in their choice of paint colors.
Originally available in striking gold and silver to commemorate Western Star's 50th anniversary, the "Wings of Awesomeness" design features a winged pattern that merges classic styling with modern edginess.
"The 50th anniversary gold and silver design marked an important milestone for Western Star. The response from our customers was extremely positive and orders for the limited-edition scheme were fantastic. While we have retired the gold and silver design, we've added hundreds of new paint colors and look forward to seeing what combinations our customers create," said Andy Johnson, brand manager for Western Star. "We're always excited to offer our customers more ways to customize their trucks to stand out on and off the road. Western Star trucks are custom-built to the specifications of our customers, and the Wings of Awesomeness paint scheme is yet another way to show off their personality."
"Wings of Awesomeness" is now available as a premium factory paint option.
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