First out today, a cool Peterbilt 389 for CS Trucking from Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania.
A really sharp Peterbilt 379 for Doug Davidson Trucking from Salem, Ohio.
I'd be willing to bet that this truck was not stretched to accommodate that sleeper.
A sharp Peterbilt 567 for East Ohio Stone Company from North Canton, Ohio.
I caught this in Ohio, and we don't really have these types of dump beds back home in NC; so what would they be used for? What's up with the side door? Looks like a coal hauler to me, but that's purely a guess.
A trio of Mack Granite dumps for CNT Trucking from Cleveland, Ohio.
Interlude - a really cool Oldsmobile Cutlass. 24" wheels maybe?
I dig these older cars on the big wheels.
A Mack CH613 for Grindstone Landscape Supply from Middleburg Heights, Ohio.
A Freightliner M2-106 for Sunbelt Rentals, who're headquartered in Fort Mill, SC.
A somewhat rare Volvo VT880.
I've seen very few of these, and believe they were only built a couple of years, and were obviously not popular. Definitely unique, though.
A Pete 367 for Ronyak Paving from Chardon, Ohio.
A nice Freightliner 114SD.
A very unusual International HV for USPS, who are headquartered in (obviously) Washington, D.C.
I actually saw 2 of these in Cleveland. USPS seems to like unusual rigs.
A Freightliner Columbia.
The truck is relatively boring, but I thought all the steel mill "stuff" overhead made for a cool background.
A somewhat unusual tandem Freightliner M2-112 tractor for IS Tran Inc from Wickliffe, Ohio.
Off subject, but to be a very industrial area, that's some nice grass in the background.
A Mack RD, a Freightliner Cascadia, A Kenworth T880, and another Cascadia.
A Peterbilt 567 for Pratt Trucking from Cleveland, Ohio.
A Mack Pinnacle with an somewhat unusual looking dump trailer.
A Dodge Charger for what I assume to be the Ohio SHP.
Appears this fellow is having an extra crappy day.
A Volvo WG64T for XPert Drain & Septic Service from Canton, Ohio.
Looks like a blown/flat driver's side steer tire.
A nice Volvo VNL for Halvor Lines, who are headquartered in Superior, Wisconsin.
And lastly, a Volvo VNR for YRC Freight, whose HQ are in Overland Park, Kansas.