Hello again folks, it's Wednesday, and that means it is time for some photos!
Today we have solid 20, with a pretty good variety, IMHO... So let's get started!
First today, a nice Peterbilt 379.
Thumbs up to this driver/company for having all clear LED clearance lights - I love that look, so classy.
A uniquely painted Freightliner Classic for F&E Trucking from Flemington, New Jersey.
Another Classic, this time of the "XL" variety, for Smith Dray Line from Greenville, SC.
"Dray" is not a term used very much - it means "a truck or cart for delivering heavy loads".
I thought this broadside-on-a-hill shot was particularly nifty.
An unusual International Workstar.
Several reasons it's unusual; 1. color 2. crew cab 3. dump truck (not many Workstar dumps) 4. single axle 5. no company info.
Probably a pretty handy and versatile rig.
A nice Ford F-550.
It was for sale at Stearns Ford in Burlington, NC.
A nice Kenworth T800 for Brian Paris Septic Service from Graham, NC.
Probably not much fun backing up with that little trailer. Probably can't see it too good from the cab, either.
A sharp Kenworth W900L.
Clear LEDs again. Nice.
Also, this one isn't as old as it may first appear with those headlights - that's an aftermarket option on W9s, with the custom hood without the integrated headlights and your choice externally mounted ones.
A nice Ford ... F100?
A sharp Peterbilt 567 for James R Bailey Hauling from Orange, Virginia.
A cool International 9900i.
A nice Peterbilt 379.
Another Pete, this time a 386.
At one time, I didn't care for the dual back-of-cab exhaust, but I've warmed to it: it gives you the benefits of dual exhaust, plus makes access to the cab easier.
A typically interesting tool truck, this one a GMC Topkick. Topkick is an interesting name for a truck model.
A beefy International Workstar for Clapp Fertilizer & Trucking from Whitsett, NC.
A couple shots of 2 of our rollbacks working a wreck.
You can't see the car, but it would've been coming towards the camera, and left the road somewhere behind where the SHP Charger is sitting (to clarify, the SHP Charger wasn't actually on scene when the accident happened).
First, one of our Kenworth T270 rollbacks.
And our F-750.
A nice Volvo VNL for Halvor LInes, whose headquarters are in Superior, Wisconsin.
A few minutes behind the Halvor, a Volvo "step-sibling" makes an appearance, in the form of a nice Mack Pinnacle.