I'm back with the usual weekend 20 pack, so let's get started!
First off, a couple Kenworth T880s, 1 of each configuration (SBA and SFA) for Hilco Transport, who're headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina.
A nice Western Star 4900.
A very cool Peterbilt 389 sporting an equally nice reefer.
A group shot, featuring a Freightliner Cascadia for TForce Freight, whose headquarters are in Richmond, Virginia, along with a Kenworth T680 for UPS, who're headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and a FL Cascadia for same.
A nice International 9900 for Pena Trucking from Roanoke, VA.
A nice older Ford F-350.
Many moons ago, we had one very similar, but 2 wheel drive.
A sharp Western Star 49X delivering a sibling and a ... step-sibling? Near as I can figure that's how FL and WS are "related", as step-siblings.
A closer look at the other 49X.
A Freightliner FLD120.
Can't resist - Autobots, roll out!
I'm not really a Transformers fan, but hey, it's a recognizable logo and a memorable quote.
A nice Mack MR688 for Lloyd Concrete from Rustberg, VA.
A couple very sharp Kenworths, a T880 and a T800 to be precise.
A very nice, if a little plain, Kenworth W990.
A nice Peterbilt 389.
And another 389.
A nice Kenworth T880 for Branch Civil, who are headquartered in Roanoke, VA.
It was getting dark on us quickly, so the next shots will be slightly dark, but I upped the exposure where necessary.
No exposure adjustment on this one, I thought it was a good midpoint, seeing the truck, which is a Peterbilt 567, and lights.
The next 2 got the boosted exposure.
A cool ol' Ford CL9000.
Sad to see such a cool, and rare, truck in such condition.😢
A sharp Peterbilt 389 for Nelson Motorsports from Bassett, VA.
And I left this one as-taken to appreciate the lights.
And that's all there is, and there ain't no more, for this batch.