Hey there folks, Wreckerman here again with a 20 pack.
Hope everyone's doing well and staying safe, at least as much as possible in these troubled times.
Anyway, to start us off today, a clean Peterbilt 579 for KAG/Kenan Advantage Group, whose HQ are in North Canton, Ohio.
And next, we have a beefy Kenworth T800.
A Volvo VNM and a Kenworth T680 for KC Logistics, who're headquartered in Carleton, Michigan.
To clarify, the VNM is not a KC unit.
The red brushguard on the T680 is nifty.
A Freightliner Cascadia for PTL/Paschall Truck Lines, who are headquartered in Murray, Kentucky.
A nice Freightliner Coronado for Milestone Logistics from Fairfax, Virginia.
A Ford F700 for Triton Construction, whose HQ are in Saint Albans, WV.
An interesting Freightliner M2-106 for Boca Construction, who are headquartered in Norwalk, Ohio.
A Kenworth T680 for Marathon Petroleum Company, whose HQ are in Findlay, Ohio.
A Freightliner M2-112.
Note the special service grille - the center portion is attached to the radiator, and when the hood is open there is a hole where it would typically be - this is used for applications with upwards protruding equipment, in this case the crane cable tie down.
Ran across this fleet while exploring Huntington, WV and the nearby area, and I thought they looked pretty nice.
Valicor Environmental Services, headquartered in Monroe, Ohio.
First, International Prostars and an LT.
A Freightliner Cascadia and another Prostar.
And 2 more LTs and a Freightliner FL112.
A nice Ford F-250 and an equally nice Peterbilt 389.
A sharp Western Star 4900.
A nice Freightliner Coronado for Just In Time Systems from New Kingstown, Pennsylavania.
A Freightliner Cascadia for Intertape Polymer Group, who are headquartered in Montreal, Quebec.
A cool Peterbilt 579 for Clean Harbors, who are headquartered in Norwell, Massachusetts.
Clean Harbors has some fairly unique, and cool, looking equipment.
A nice Kenworth T600.
A sharp Kewnorth W900L.
And cruising through Huntington, WV, I noticed this really neat sign and snapped a shot.
It was actually rotating, which was extra cool.
It was atop the Frostop Drive-In, which is a retro hot dog and root beer float (etc) joint.
We unfortunately couldn't stop, but would definitely do so if I ever had the chance.
Thanks so much for looking, and have a great rest of the week!