And as usual, I hope everyone had a good week last week, and have a good week this week!
Without further ado, here we go...
First today, a nice Western Star 4700.
A Kenworth T800 for Queen's Hauling from High Point, North Carolina.
A sharp Sterling *L9513.
*I'm not 100% sure on the model, as researching Sterling models results with the same truck appearing under multiple model designations.
I've always liked Sterlings, especially as "big" tractors such as this, and with a little fancying up.
On the difficult to ID note; I know for railfans there are "spotting guides" for diesel locomotives that give details on identifying model designations and sometimes years or era - also unique features for specific railroads. I wonder if there's anything similar for truckfans? Or is the market not large enough, and the info not readily available?
Another T800 for Queen's.
A sharp Mack Pinnacle.
A Mack Granite.
A nice Kenworth T880 for Williams Land Clearing & Timber Logger from Raleigh, NC.
A Western Star 4700 for Merit Hauling from Trinity, NC.
A Volvo VNL for Hot Line Freight System, who are headquartered in West Salem, Wisconsin.
A "big" International Durastar for Shuler Transportation from Thomasville, NC.
A Freightliner FLD120.
I think the FLDs with the full skirts look particularly nice.
A Freightliner Cascdia for Fastenal, whose headquarters are in Winona, Minnesota.
A nice Ford F-750.
A Western Star 4700 for Queen's.
A cool Kenworth W900B.
A Terex FDB6000 for Piqua Concrete from Piqua, Ohio, who are owned by Smyrna Ready Mix/SRM Concrete, whose headquarters are in West Nashville, Tennessee. The info on these companies was pretty convoluted and tangled, and as I caught this one in central North Carolina, I assume that SRM owns a local to the photo location company, and transferred this truck to it from their Piqua company location.
A beefy Peterbilt 348 for G&D Hauling from Fuquay-Varina, NC.
A Mack Granite, also for G&D.
A cool International Durastar for Loomis Armored, who are headquartered in Houston, Texas.
And lastly, a Volvo VNM for UFP Transportation, whose headquarters are in Union City, Georgia or Granger, Indiana. Another convoluted information trail - I searched for a while trying to pin down which location was the actual HQ, but no luck.