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Truck Pictures / Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 10/20/2017)
« Last post by R. Buron on Today at 01:46:28 PM »
The old Volvo seems to be an ex- Spartan tractor. Spartan was part of the Roadway Regional Group of LTL carriers.
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Truck Pictures / Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 10/20/2017)
« Last post by Wreckerman on Today at 10:52:49 AM »
Thanks guys!

Hereís a few from 10/19/17

First, an older Volvo that looks to be in good condition.


A sharp 389.
It looks like an ex-Western Distribution truck, but Iím just taking a shot in the dark there.


A sharp FL FLD hanging out at the Speedco in Haw River, Nc.


Lastly, a new FL Cascadia with a piggyback load of another sleeper Cascadia and two daycabs.
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Its going to be very interesting to see it finished. I like the weathering and its wear.
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1/24 & 1/25 Scale Model Trucks / Re: White 7400 Daycab Finished
« Last post by Alain Bradet on Today at 09:11:32 AM »
It's great work, the look is very good.
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1/24 & 1/25 Scale Model Trucks / Re: 1/25 scale GMC truck
« Last post by Danmodels on Today at 08:11:40 AM »
Thank you Jim, The factory brochure will be good for me as information
Thanks
Dan
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Scenes from the Cab / Re: The Trucking Tourist
« Last post by IowaSuperTrucker on Today at 08:10:40 AM »
I just had the pleasure of crossing the GW Bridge just two weeks ago, both times in a rental car, once at 9pm on a Thursday, once at 4pm on a Sunday...both were enjoyable believe it or not!  haha
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Truck Pictures / Re: My truck photos
« Last post by IowaSuperTrucker on Today at 08:09:28 AM »
Fantastic photos, thanks for sharing them all!
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Scenes from the Cab / Re: The Trucking Tourist
« Last post by Erik Boattail on Today at 02:30:14 AM »
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Scenes from the Cab / Re: The Trucking Tourist
« Last post by Erik Boattail on Today at 02:27:51 AM »
I used to work on the oil rigs, on- and offshore, all over the world.
When I first started the older co-workers were always telling me: "in the past, the rigs were made out of wood and the men out of iron"
But I never saw a wooden oil rig, until I came across this piece of history, located along highway 3 in Fernie, BC  8)

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Truck Pictures / Re: My truck photos
« Last post by Erik Boattail on Today at 02:13:06 AM »
I quite like the Coronado though, that would be a better ride to get then the Cascadia, even though they look alright in the colours of your fleet.

Most drivers are very happy with the Coronado, the driver's cab is much wider compared with the old Peterbilts.
More photos of truck #003:

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