From the youngest age Brayden Tucker, founder of Dying Breed Diesels and Tucker Equipment, was always fascinated by the big trucks. His father ran a salvage business and used many of what we now consider classic trucks to transport the vehicles. Brayden remembers riding along in the trucks with his father every chance he got. While being around the big rigs at such a young age grew his love for trucks, more importantly it created a lifelong father-son bond.
Today, Tucker Equipment exports trucks all across the world to many overseas markets. However, it is Dying Breed Diesels' vision to keep American trucking heritage alive and well in addition to helping it grow for future generations. Dying Breed Diesel's hopes to be able to provide affordable, classic trucks for buyers of all age and all interest levels.