Peterbilt Model 387 Specs

 

The Peterbilt 387 was introduced in 1999, sixty years after the Peterbilt Motors Company was first founded in 1939. Though the 387 model of yesteryear was already a high-quality, fine motor vehicle, today’s model 387 is even more outstanding. The 387 model is built reliable, strong and durable to handle today’s rough roads. The model 387 comes with a variety of features and specs, depending on the year it was released. While some 387′s have Cummin’s engines, others have Caterpillar engines. The model 387′s for sale today can include the following features:

2010 model 387:

- Tandem-Axle Non-Sleeper Diesel Conventional Tractor
- power steering
- air conditioning
- Air-Ride Driver Seat
- Steel Frame
- Dual Aluminum 90 Gallon Fuel Tanks
- Single Vertical Exhaust
- Holland Air-Slide 5th Wheel
- Cruise-Control
- Cab Air-Ride Suspension
- Tilt-Telescoping Steering Column
- Heated Mirror
- Dual 4-Way Power Mirror
- Right-Hand Power Window
- Power Door-Locks

2009 Peterbilt 387:

- air slide fifth
- air ride suspension
- tandem axle
- engine brake
- 12,000 lb. front axle
- 40,000 lb. rear axle
- Ultrashift OD
- double bunk
- aluminum wheels

2008 Peterbilt Model 387:

-Premium High Roof
-Cummins engines
- ISX engines
- 450 horsepower engines
- 13 speed transmission
- 235 in. wheel base
- engine brake
- tandem rear axles