American Trucker

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American Trucker
American Trucker logo.jpg
Genre Documentary
Directed by
Starring Robb Mariani
Composer(s) Jeremy Sweet
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 28
Cinematography Tim Fenoglio
Camera setup David C. Smith
Production company(s) Brentwood Communications International
Original network Speed TV
Original release February 21 (2011-02-21) – November 10, 2011 (2011-11-10)

American Trucker was a television show on the Speed cable channel. Hosted by Robb Mariani, the pilot episode featured Robb helping another mechanic restore one of the classic 1980 Kenworth K-100 Aerodyne trucks used in the TV show B. J. and the Bear, along with a short piece about the world's largest truck stop, the Iowa 80. Running a total of 13 episodes for Season 1, American Trucker is currently filming a new 13 episode Season 2 content to run late summer thru fall of 2011.

The show was produced by Bud Brutsman and Steve Beebe of Overhaulin' fame. Show content was derived from Robb's knowledge and experience with trucks and trucking history. Robb was a past cast member of HGTV's Design Star series. Dan Bruno, the owner of such famous trucks as the Rubber Duck's Mack truck from Convoy and past owner of the Peterbilt tanker from Duel is credited on the show as a technical consultant.