A trucking classic, the White Western Star has everything you could ever want in an old school rig. It's big, it's bulky and it comes from a simpler time when pushing out a factory's worth of carbon dioxide was no problem at all. Despite its age, this truck can still hold its own when compared to more off-road-oriented counterparts.
A modification of a popular engine, sporting increased power output, reliability and acceleration potential at the cost of fuel efficiency.
An all-wheel drive powertrain that can provide torque to all connected wheels on-demand.
A raised suspension kit, good for venturing down old roads or off-road terrain.
A locking differential kit that provides considerable traction advantage over unlocked differential, making traversing uneven terrain easier.
A very sturdy gearbox optimized for harsh off-road conditions, sacrificing fuel efficiency, top speed and gear count in exchange for three Low Gear stages.
A high-range gearbox variant with increased gear count and top speed, and an additional High Gear at the cost of lower durability.
A powerful, old engine variant offering remarkable power output and reliability with even higher fuel consumption.
A specialized gearbox allowing free Low Gear / R Gear transfer ratio tuning. Notoriously fragile and not very fuel-efficient in AWD mode owing to its mechanical complexity.