On a hot and dry (95F and 21% humidity) afternoon here at TPF HQ, here's a score of random rigs.
Leading the pack today, a spiffy Kenworth W900B for Readii Transportation from Greensboro, North Carolina.
Not your typical car hauler setup - I've seen very few W900s set up for it, and this may be the only one I've actually shot.
A really cool and tough looking Kenworth T800 for John E. Link Trucking from Snow Camp, North Carolina.
I spent over 2 hours trying to figure out what type of equipment that is, and I'm pretty sure it's a Hyundai excavator, but what that thing is on the back, I have no idea. The excavator itself belongs to these folks - https://www.keller-na.com/ . Maybe some kind of drilling system or a dredge pump?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
A classy Peterbilt 579 for QMC Logistics from Olanta, South Carolina.
A Peterbilt 386 for Lawrence Transportation, who are headquartered in Rochester, Minnesota.
Somewhat like its cousin the KW T660, the 386 was a decent looking aero rig that could really look sharp dolled up, but never really seemed to be very popular.
A cool Peterbilt 379.
An International Paystar.
A nifty Freightliner Cascadia.
A nice Kenworth W900L.
An interesting Freightliner M2-106 for Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, whose headquarters are in Dallas, Texas.
And last but certainly not least, a super sharp Peterbilt 389 I barely managed to catch.
This is a personal observation and opinion, but it seems that the really tricked out owner/operator and small fleet rigs are always difficult to catch as they're usually crowded in by traffic - I've always wondered if this had to do with the O/O and small fleet rigs not being speed governed allowing them to keep up with traffic.
That's it for today, hope everyone has a fantastic weekend!