Hope everyone's had a good weekend so far, and continue to do so.
Also, happy Easter in advance.
That said, let's get started!
First, a fairly nice Ford F800 for Top Notch Landscaping from Burlington, North Carolina.
Another dump for a landscaping company, this one a nice Western Star 4700 for Knight's from Greensboro, NC.
A Volvo VNR for Southeastern Freight Lines, who are headquartered in Lexington, South Carolina.
A spiffy Peterbilt 384 for TST Logistics from Burlington, NC.
This one is interesting.
A nice Kenworth T370 for HIAB USA. Now, Hiab USA is headquartered in Perrysburg, Ohio - that said, I caught this in the Burlington/Graham, NC area. No local dealer markings are visible, but surely it's for a local dealer, and HIAB doesn't dispatch service trucks from Ohio to wherever a Hiab unit needs one...?
Also, HIAB is a Swedish company headquartered in Malmo, Sweden. HIAB is their full name abbreviated - Hydrauliska Industri. H and I are obvious, but AB stands for "aktiebolag", which is a Swedish term equivalent to "limited company" or "corporation".
A Peterbilt 379.
A Peterbilt 389.
I would think painting a car hauler (the bed and trailer, not the truck) would be fairly time consuming, with so many small parts and awkward angles.
An interesting Kenworth W900L for K A T transportation from Angola, NY.
A clean Peterbilt 579 for Riverside Transportation, whose headquarters are in Rockport, Indiana.
The river that they are at the side of is the Ohio River.
A spiffy Kenworth T680 for Hoyle's Tire & Axle from Henderson, NC.
Appropriately hauling ... tires and axles.
A Freightliner Cascadia for CMH Transport, who're headquartered in Maryville, TN.
A sharp Peterbilt 389 for Autumn Transport, who are headquartered in Woodbury, Minnesota.
A Western Star 4900 for B&N Grading from Charlotte, NC.
Barely caught this one - several pedestrians and lots of traffic were obstructing my shot until the last moment.
A nice Freightliner Coronado for the Lawrence Companies, whose headquarters are in Roanoke, Virginia, which is where I caught this one.
A nice Kenworth T270 that was for sale at the time at Truck Enterprises Roanoke.
The next several shots are from there.
A Kenworth T370, and a Peterbilt 379, the 379 being for Papa's Trucking from Rocky Mount, VA.
A really cool Kenworth W900B.
A beefy Peterbilt 348.
A fairly decent, and really cool, Ford L-series for GD&L LLC from Covington, VA. And a nice Kenworth T880. The Ford was definitely a case of "one of these things is not like the others" in a lineup of modern PACCARs.
An absolutely awesome Kenworth W990.
Now, the sticker says "sold to Robert Young's", which is a towing equipment builder and dealer (NRC) in Roanoke... Of course, me being Wreckerman, we cruised over to check out the place, and discovered a brand new tri-axle NRC rotator body, painted red. I'd be willing to bet that this KW and that NRC were destined to become one really awesome rig in the near future.
That's all for another 20 pack, I hope you enjoyed, and thanks for looking!