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2014 Kenworth Calendar

December 3, 2013 - Products

Kenworth

The new 2014 Kenworth Calendar is now available for order (www.shopkenworth.com). 

The six-page, 2014 Kenworth Wall Calendar features the Class 8 T660 72-inch sleeper and T680 52-inch regional haul, T680 76-inch sleeper, T680 family (day cab, 52-inch regional sleeper, and 76-inch sleeper), T880 day cab dump truck, and T880 52-inch sleeper tri-drive, all equipped with the 12.9L PACCAR MX-13 engine.

Kenworth's medium-duty trucks are represented by the T270 roll back wrecker and K370 cabover van, both with the 6.7L PACCAR PX-7 engine.

The large, poster-size wall calendar is 26-1/4 inches tall by 28 inches wide. 

The 2014 Kenworth Appointment Calendar, which is 9-3/4 inches tall by 13 inches wide, offers a Kenworth Truck of the Month. These include the T680 day cab, T680 76-inch sleeper, T800 38-inch sleeper tri-drive, and T880 mixer, all with the PACCAR MX-13 engine, plus the T440 compressed natural gas (CNG) extended day cab and W900L 72-inch sleeper. The six wall calendar photographs also are incorporated. 

To order, visit your Kenworth dealer or go to www.shopkenworth.com and click on "New Arrivals" on the left. Cost is $16.95 (US$) for the 2014 Kenworth Wall Calendar and $11.95 (US$) for the 2014 Kenworth Appointment Calendar. Prices do not include shipping and handling. The calendar also may be ordered by calling 1-877-705-3314 (U.S.) and 1-425-806-2306 (International).

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