Also, on another note, I heard that in the past day or so Amtrak tried the new Siemens ALC-42 locos on the Empire Builder ... or attempted to try them; the PTC (Positive Train Control) wouldn't work and (not pertaining to the ALCs) they had a small fire in a lounge car. Not an auspicious first shot, is it? From what I understand, they had to round up a venerable GE P42DC to lead the train due to the faulty PTC on the ALCs.
Anyway, back to your regularly scheduled program!
A nice Ford E-450 for Roanoke Fire-EMS. Roanoke, Virginia, that is.
A Ford F-750 and a Mack RD688, both for Extreme Concrete & Construction from Radford, Virginia.
A cool Peterbilt 362 for Oak Island Transport from Oak Island, North Carolina.
A bright Freightliner Cascadia for BIR Transport from Draper, Virginia.
A sharp Freightliner 122SD.
A Freightliner FLD for ART Transport, whose headquarters are in Van Buren, Arkansas.
A coat of paint and a good polish, and they'd have a pretty fine looking FLD.
A really cool Ford F-350.
Boy howdy is this thing cool - strapped up bumper, homemade flatbed and all.
Hah, just noticed the Ford dealer in the background! Love it.
A Gillig bus for Valley Metro from Roanoke, Virginia.
Two really nice Pierce Quantum chassis fire trucks, both for Roanoke Fire-EMS.
A Peterbilt 365.
A Peterbilt 367.
An International Prostar.
A Kenworth T880 for JV Blackwell & Sons Trucking from Burlington, North Carolina.
Looks like maybe a steer blowout there? Definitely did some damage, huh?
A Freightliner FLC112.
An old Chevrolet C65.
A Volvo VNR for Triangle Brick, who are headquartered in Durham, North Carolina.
The grille lettering deal is cool.
A cool old Mack Superliner.
A typically nice Mack Granite for Chandler Concrete, who're headquartered in Burlington, North Carolina.
A nice Kenworth T880 for Queen's Hauling from High Point, North Carolina.