Another 20 pack of randoms, with a pretty good variety, if I do say so myself.😎First up, a nice International HX with a little reefer box.In my experience, this is a very unusual setup - these "drom boxes" are rare in general (more common a few decades ago), but a reefer is really unusual.I'd be very curious to know what its purpose is. Medical supply transport? Delicate electronics? Temperature sensitive hazmat?Another HX.Note that the previous HX had the older cab, whereas this one has the newest IH cab.I thought the HX was introduced with only the new cab, to replace the 9900, as the 9900 was the only one still using the old cab.A nice Mack CL713.A Mack Granite for Patterson Brothers Paving from Bedford, Virginia.A Western Star 4900 for Commonwealth Building Materials, who are headquartered in Glen Allen, Virginia.A Freightliner Cascadia for Englander Transportation, whose headquarters are in Rustberg, Virginia.I found Rustberg to be an interesting name, so I researched it and: it's named for Jeremiah Rust, who donated 50 acres of land for the village in 1784.A super awesome Kenworth W900B for Lee Hi Towing & Recovery from Lexington, VA.Lee Hi is on Lee Highway, thus the name. Also, they've hosted Large Car Mag's Southern Classic.A sharp Peterbilt 367.A typically sharp Peterbilt 389 for Oakley Trucking, who're headquartered in North Little Rock, Arkansas.A cool Peterbilt 359 for A&A Express from Pinson, Tennessee.This ol' beauty is approximately 10 hours/600 miles from home - not bad for a truck at least 30 years old.A local I see regularly - a Peterbilt 567 for Cardwell Trucking & Stone Center from Burlington, NC.A Ford F-750.A Peterbilt 389.A Ford F-450 for McGhehee towing from Reidsville, NC.A rough ol' Ford F-250.The indignity - being reduced to a signpost!An old International S2100.Old Estes?A super sharp Kenworth W900L.Another nice W900L.A Freightliner M2-106 for Huffman Oil from Burlington, NC.Huffman's another local company I'm very familiar with. If you need a service they offer, I definitely recommend them.And lastly, a Western Star 4700.Thanks for looking!