Hello again folks, welcome to another 20 pack of trucks.Without further ado, let's get started!First today, a Freightliner FLD120 for IGF Safe Trucking from Asheboro, NC that appears to be a work in progress, and looks like it's got the potential to be a sharp looking Freightshaker.A nice International LT.A sharp Kenworth W900L for Jaclyn Express from Siler City, NC.A very clean Peterbilt 579 for Puryear Trucking, who're headquartered in Raleigh, NC, along with a Mack Anthem for A&S Services Group, whose headquarters are in York, Pennsylvania.A Kenworth T800.A Kenworth T600 for JENK Transport from Raleigh, NC.A Peterbilt 579 for Heniff Transportation, whose headquarters are in Oak Brook, Illinois.Another Heniff Pete.A stout looking Peterbilt 330 for Miller Environmental Group, who're headquartered in Calverton, NY.A Peterbilt 365 for Moore Transport, whose headquarters are in Plano, TX.A Ford F-350.Sometimes these 3 or 4 car "wedge" trailers have the three single wheel axles, as here, or sometimes tandem duals. Does this make any particular difference? A nice Kenworth T800 and Western Star 4900 duo.Another nice red Kenworth, this one a T880.A typically ... weathered and homely Kenworth T2000.A sharp International Lonestar.A typically nice Mack Pinnacle for D.H. Griffin, who're headquartered in Greensboro, NC.A spectacularly sharp Kenworth W990.... Hauling a Claas Axion. Claas is a German company, and I wasn't aware they were marketing their equipment, at least this size stuff, in the US.A Sterling LT9500.A nice Kenworth W900L.And the last shot of this batch, which is July's last batch, and on the last day of July, a little Freightliner M2-106 for CCP (Coastal Carolina Pumping), whose headquarters are in Charlotte, NC.If they were founded in Charlotte, the name is a bit of a misnomer - Charlotte is not a coastal city, at all. I live a couple hours NE of Charlotte, and the NC coast is still a few hours from me.And that wraps it up for today, thanks for looking!