Well folks, this is the first 20 pack I've done in a -looong- time, so without further ado, here we go.
First today, a super cool Peterbilt 359 wrecker.
A Volvo VNL for Hobby Lobby, who are headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hobby Lobby is a pretty interesting store to browse around in, and seeing as I'm gearing up to start my model railway build, I'll have to see what my local HL offers in that direction, such as scenery parts.
A nice Western Star 4900.
A Ford F-350.
If it looks odd, that would be because, 1. It's pulled over on the shoulder and, 2. It's got one or more blown tires on the passenger side rear. And that is not a guess, it is a fact, or really, facts.
A Peterbilt 379.
A cool Freightliner FLD120 for JMELS Inc. from Mooresville, North Carolina.
Another nice Freightliner FLD120.
A Freightliner Cascadia for Transport America. whose headquarters are in Eagan, Minnesota.
A cool Kenworth T800.
A beefy looking Kenworth T800 hauling a Freightliner M2-106, both for Shamrock Environmental, who're headquartered in Browns Summit, North Carolina.
A Kenworth T880.
A super sharp Peterbilt 379 for Cappello Heavy Transport from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.
Wonder what that load is; I'd assume what's visible is essentially a shipping crate with the actual main object inside.
A nice Western Star 4900 (SBA) for Buckner Heavylift Cranes, who're headquartered in Graham, NC.
Huh, just noticed the 2 Old Dominion Cascadias in the background. Even better, there's 2 styles represented, a sleeper and a daycab, both with 2 pups.
A really sharp Kenworth W900L.
Nice Landoll trailer, too.
A nice Peterbilt 377 for CTW Specialties from McLeansville, NC.
Somewhat unusual catch here; don't see many 377s, especially tri-axles, rarely as straight trucks, and hardly ever in such nice condition. Good to see such a well cared for oddball.
A clean Peterbilt 579 for Carolina Container, who are headquartered in High Point, NC.
A nice Freightliner Cascadia.
A nice Freightliner FLD120 for Marsh Furniture from High Point, NC.
Another oddball; don't see many single axle FLD120s (more often S/A FLD112s), and don't see many with the skirts, particularly single axles.
A Western Star 5700 leaning into a turn.
And last but certainly not least, a sharp International Lonestar for VTI Specialized, whose HQ is in Indianapolis, Indiana.
And with that, I thank you very much for checking these rigs out, and have a great rest of the week!