Yeah, sorry about missing the usual weekend installment, some scheduling issues got in the way.Anyway, less talk - more trucks!Leading the pack today, what I'm 95% sure is an Oshkosh Striker 6x6. Looks pretty small in that setting, huh?Also, note the big ol' tower cranes towering over the scene - I believe they are Potain MDT series.A nice Freightliner 114SD for Colonial Materials, who are headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.An International Workstar for Carolina Conduit Systems from Clayton, NC.Another International, this one an LT for JGR (J. Grady Randolph), whose headquarters are in Gaffney, South Carolina.A spiffy Freightliner Cascadia for Nussbaum, who're headquartered in Hudson, Illinois.I do believe that's a solar panel there on the roof - pretty cool.Also, after doing my normal ID research and checking out their site, they've become one of my favorite fleets. https://www.nussbaum.com/ A Peterbilt 330 for 4 Yards or Less from Huntersville, NC.Note the text on the building ... WhAt?A very sharp Peterbilt 389.A cool Spartan Metro Star for the Charlotte FD.A Kenworth T880 for Advantage Machinery Services from Yadkinville, NC.Another KW, this one a T800 for United Rentals from Stamford, Connecticut.A nice Mack Granite.A Peterbilt 379.A Freightliner Cascadia for Green Lines Transportation, who are headquartered in Malvern, Ohio.Green Lines, and the truck isn't green - not even accented with green. Missed opportunity.A Peterbilt 379.Seems like Landstar is a magnet for interesting and unique rigs - some particularly nice, like here, and some are ... not.A Mack Pinnacle.An International LT for Ward Transport & Logistics, whose headquarters are in Altoona, Pennsylvania.A Freightliner Coronado. And a cool Mustang.A cool Sterling L8511 for ACF Hauling from Salisbury, NC.The stainless inserts on the bed are unusual - looks good.A sharp Kenworth W900L.And a Peterbilt 587 for Swing Transport, whose headquarters are in Salisbury, NC.That's it for this round, thanks for looking!