Hope everyone is having a good 2022 so far, even with the scourge of Covid still with us.
Anyway, without further ado, here we go!
First out today, a Kenworth W900L.
Note that all the lights are clear lensed LED, which I think look great.
An International Transtar.
Speaking of International, they have a super nifty "Build Your Own" section on their website, which allows you to virtually build various vocations of trucks on most of IH's lineup.
A Freightliner FLD120, and a decent looking one, too.
A Freightliner Cascadia for KLLM, who are headquartered in Richland, Mississippi.
Another Freightliner Cascadia, and a fairly spiffy one.
A nice International LT.
A Freightliner 122SD.
A Kenworth T680 for Keep Trucking LLC, who are headquartered in Mokena, Illinois.
A nifty Volvo VHD for Martin Trucking from Scottsburg, Virginia.
An International Durastar.
A Kenworth W900L.
At first glance the rear wheels look black, but near as I can tell, they're actually aluminum like the front, just extremely dirty, which is odd as the rest of the truck looks fairly well cared for.
Regardless, a nice rig, and a good clean would make it really sharp.
A Volvo VNL for Petroleum Carriers, whose headquarters are in Richmond, Virginia.
Another Volvo with a tanker, this one a newer VNR.
A Mack Anthem for Sharp Transit, who're headquartered in Salisbury, North Carolina.
A super awesome Ford F-350.
No, I'm not being sarcastic at all - this ol' Super Duty is really cool!
A Kenworth T680.
The paint scheme is KW's "Seminole" scheme, I believe introduced on the W900A and still popular on the W900 and now W990. Available in whatever color combo. Obviously it's sometimes applied to other trucks, typically long-hood but occasionally aero rigs, as seen here. I don't really think it translates well to aero lines - the front portion gets smashed and crowded.
A beefy Peterbilt 348 for Universal Environmental Services, whose headquarters are in Peachtree City, Georgia. Because of course Peachtree City is in Georgia - where else would it be?
A nice Peterbilt 379 and a spiffy Mack Pinnacle. The Mack is for Through the Valley Transportation, from Livonia, Michigan.
A Freightliner Cascadia for JLE Industries, who are headquartered in Dunbar, Pennsylvania.
And a head-on shot of a Mack Vision and a Kenworth T800.