On a rainy and cold day, which is one of my favorite weather combos, here's a good ol' 20 pack for your delectation.
First today, a fairly classy Freightliner Cascadia for Renewable Transport, whose headquarters are in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Another Cascadia, this one a particularly colorful example for Select Dedicated Solutions, who're headquartered in Laredo, Texas.
I'm not too sure what that orange section of the livery is supposed to be ... flames?
A Peterbilt 579 for Smith Transport, whose headquarters are in Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania.
A Freightliner 114SD for T&H Electrical from Wilson, NC.
A completely anonymous Mack Anthem ... with a U.S. Coast Guard trailer. What?
I caught this in Greensboro, NC, which is several hours away from the ocean. It was at the Sheraton Greensboro/Koury Convention Center. Wonder what they were up to? Regardless, I'm very happy to have caught this one!
Back to Freightliners, with yet another Cascadia, this time nice blue example for Gulf Relay, whose headquarters are in Clinton, Mississippi.
Also from Mississippi, Natchez to be precise, Jordan Carriers presents us with a typically nice looking Volvo VNL.
Finally, a Largecar!
This one's a sharp Kenworth W900L.
Another Kenworth, specifically a T600 looking like it could use a little body work.
A sharp Freightliner Coronado for Robert's Specialized Hauling from Haw River, NC.
An unidentified fire truck.
I sometimes struggle nailing down manufacturer and model info for fire trucks, but occasionally I can't quite figure it out, and this one remains unknown. Cool unit, though.
A Phoenix Glider.
A Ford F-750.
An International Durastar.
A Mack MD.
These are -meh- looking to me.
A nice Kenworth T800.
A sharp Ford F-550 for the Mt. Hope Fire Dept. Mt. Hope, NC, that is.
Another Ford, this time a cool old F-350/F-Super Duty.
And yet another Super Duty Ford, this time a sharp F-550 for Guilford County EMS (NC).
And lastly, a sharp Peterbilt 379.
Well, that's all for this round, thanks for looking!