Posting later than usual tonight (around 11:45 PM EST), but as I'm currently essentially working third shift, night time is the right time!Starting us off today, a nice Peterbilt 388.Another nice PACCAR, this time a very sharp Kenworth W900L.A typically nice Kenworth T600 for Hollar & Greene, who are headquartered in Boone, NC.An interesting Peterbilt 567 for Southern Tank Transport, whose HQ is in Calera, Alabama.A clean Peterbilt 579 for E.W. Wylie, who're headquartered in Fargo, North Dakota.A Volvo VNL for Future Truckers of America from Asheboro, NC.A nice Peterbilt 579 for Englander Transportation, who are headquartered in Rustberg, VA.A Freightliner Coronado with an abundance of tags.A sharp Peterbilt 389 for Heniff Transportation, whose HQ is in Oak Brook, Illinois.A unique little Winnebago.A Freightliner Cascadia whose paint nicely matches the trailer's.A Kenworth T800.A cool Sterling 9500 Series for K.M. Machine/R.L. Kellam Company from Biscoe, NC.A sad looking Ford F800. 2 interesting features - 1. it's a tandem and 2. it has hi-rail wheels.A Volvo VNM.A Freightliner Cascadia for B&F Ceramics Design Showroom, who are headquartered in Fredericksburg, VA.A Kenworth W900L.A nice Peterbilt 377.A Mack Anthem. Note missing cover over pull hook - it has a load of sod, which they were harvesting nearby, and I assume going in fields to pick up a load it probably gets stuck pretty often.Also note it has a clevis instead of a pull pin. A clevis is by far the superior option - pull pins are not well thought of in the towing & recovery industry.And lastly, a Kenworth T880 for Mountaire Farms, whose HQ are in Millsboro, Delaware.Thanks for looking!