Limited-Edition ’67 Western Star

mats-2009_ws_le-67_7196_med-resWestern Star Trucks Inc. today announced the availability of its limited edition Western Star 4900 model. The Limited Edition 67 – representing the year Western Star was introduced to the North American market – will be equipped with a specially-built Detroit Diesel DD15engine and commemorative trim. Western Star will manufacture just 100 of these trucks this year.

The Limited Edition 67’s 560 hp DD15 engine features 1,967 lb-ft. of torque – the most powerful Detroit Diesel engine available – and was built solely for this Western Star truck. This unique engine features the greatest torque response in the industry, and drivers will experience an increase in pulling power with the ability to stay in gear longer, in addition to the enjoying the DD15’s quiet ride and best-in-class fuel efficiency.

“We are very excited to honor Western Star’s heritage with this one-of-a-kind limited edition truck,” said Rich Shearing, senior manager of product strategy for Western Star. “Coupled with the most powerful DD15 engine to-date, the Limited Edition 67 will allow Western Star customers to experience the same ruggedness and durability expected of the 4900 with more power and improved performance.”

In addition to the DD15, the Limited Edition 67 will feature customized leather seats embroidered with the limited edition logo, special badging and a personalized owner’s kit. The ultimate in style and comfort, drivers will also enjoy all the creature comforts found in the 4900 series. The limited edition truck will be available to order in any 4900 series model in April 2009.

For more information, and to find a local dealer, visit or call 866-850-STAR (7827).


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