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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 5/22/2017)
« Reply #30 on: May 22, 2017, 09:10:22 PM »

A bunch of awesome catches, that KW T680 reefer is indeed owned by Hollar and Greene, and is sharp as usual for them! Also, the Metrolina Volvo WAH enclosed car carrier is a former Centurion Auto Logistics truck. It hauled on their account with Lexus, which they just bought a lot of new equipment for.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 5/22/2017)
« Reply #30 on: May 22, 2017, 09:10:22 PM »

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 5/22/2017)
« Reply #31 on: May 23, 2017, 05:03:17 AM »
That's a fine looking flat top in batch 3 and same goes for the coe in the last one.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 5/22/2017)
« Reply #32 on: May 23, 2017, 05:13:38 AM »
That nice T800 cattlepot might be a Honey Locust rig, hard to tell though. Also love that FL COE too, nice catch.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/8/2017)
« Reply #33 on: June 08, 2017, 08:40:55 PM »
Another round of catches around NC.

First, a nice T680 for Central Oregon Truck Company.


Next, a neat Volvo for Rogers.


Next, a sharp Star for Amory Transportation.


Next, a Volvo for First Fleet.


Next, a Pete Dump Truck.


Next, a Cascadia.


Next, a Cascadia for Schneider that needs a trip through the wash bay.


Next, a Columbia for Road King Trucking.


Next, a Mack Granite for Waste Industries.


Next, a 579 for Kottke Trucking.


Next, an International for KM Pulley Trucking.


Next, a Volvo for Sherwin-Williams.


Next, a very nice 389.


Next, a sharp T660 for RJR Transportation.


Next, a very clean 379 for Mayflower.


Next, a cool old White wrecker.


Next, a clean Cascadia for J. L. Rothrock.


Next, a cool Lonestar.


Next, a W900L Dump Truck.


Next, a nice Pete for Prince Freight Lines.


Next, a Prostar for Western Express.


Next, a very nice W900L with a tanker.


Next, a Volvo for Pope.


Next, a sharp 389 that could use a wash.


Next, a Prostar for Cowan.


Last of batch 1, a neat Freightliner for Rain for Rent.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/8/2017)
« Reply #34 on: June 08, 2017, 09:01:03 PM »
Great stuff Wreckerman, that black/red 389 with the conestoga is a beauty and the Boars Head rig is nice too. Also love the 122SD at the bottom.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/8/2017)
« Reply #35 on: June 08, 2017, 09:15:36 PM »
Batch 2

First, a cool Classic.


Next, a Pete 386 for Day & Ross.


Next, a nice Columbia for J. L. Rothrock.


Next, Volvo for E. W. Wylie.


Next, an 8600 for Kamindos Logistic.


Next, a sharp 379 with matching trailer for Wulverton Transport.


Next, a Prostar for J.B. Hunt.


Next, a very sharp W900L.


Next, a Volvo for DOT.


Next, a cool T800.


Next, a Mack for Carroll Fulmer.


Next, a Cascadia for Heartland Express.


Next, a 386 for Atlantic Bulk Carrier.


Next, a Prostar for J.B. Hunt Dedicated.


Next, a nice Cascadia for Prime Floral.
I don't recall seeing a Prime Floral before, maybe someone else has...?


Next, a Volvo with an Amazon Prime Trailer.


Next, a very nice T680 for a Werner Million Miler.


Next, a neat flattop 387 for Autumn Transport.


Next, a cool 379 for D.L. Kauffman Transport.


Next, a cool T800W heavy hauler.


Next, a tough looking T660 for Cajun Xpress.


Next, a creamsicle 379 for R & D Logistics.


Next, a nice Coronado.


Next, an interesting Columbia for DTX, INC.


Next, a cool T600 for ELS AG-Tranport.


Wrapping up batch two, a 389 car hauler with a load of BMWs.
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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #36 on: June 08, 2017, 09:19:03 PM »
I really like the old White 4000 wrecker and that Boar's Head Pete would look stunning in black/red.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #37 on: June 08, 2017, 09:43:28 PM »
Batch 3

First up, a nice W900L with an oversize load.


Next, another W900L with an oversize load.


Next, a nice T660.


Next, a T800 with a can.


Next, a nice Coronado.


Next, a really cool older Star for V.G.E. Hauling.


Next, a very sharp Coronado for Mercedes Trucking.


Next, a T680 for Midwest Carriers Corp.


Next, a nice Prostar for Volume.


Next, a cool Star for Tipton Trucking.


Next, a very nice Lonestar for Simplex Freight Company.


Next, a 579 for Prime.


Next, what appears to be an old Hess tanker...?


Next, a cool M2 112 hotshot for Load 1.


Next, a nice Volvo for CEVA.


Next, a cool older Mack dump truck for Carolina Asphalt.


Next, a cool Classic.


Next, a 379 for ALL Crane Rental.


Next, a 389 for ALL Crane Rental.


Next, a 567 for ALL Crane Rental.


Next, a nice 9900 for Billy Mulder/Tennessee Steel Haulers.


Next, a nice Mack for E.W. Wylie.


Next, a sharp 9900 for Stallings Farms Trucking.


Next, a nice 386.


Next, a nice Columbia.


Ending batch three, a cool Cascadia with matching trailer for Kennametal.


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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #38 on: June 08, 2017, 10:06:13 PM »
Batch 4 and the final round of catches from 6/8/17.

First, a very nice T680 and trailer for HRS Transport.


Next, a sharp W900L boxed in by plain white aero trucks :(.


Next, a cool Classic.


Next, a sharp 379.


Next, a sharp 389 for Smith Transport.


Next, a cool looking FLD.


Next, a plain but still sharp Classic.


Next, a T660.


Next, a sharp LT for Jordan Carriers.


Next, a couple very sharp Lonestars.


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Next, a cool Star with an interesting paint scheme.


Next, a T680 for Normandin.


Next, a cool 359 dump truck.


Next, a sharp T800 with a drop deck.
 

Next, a rough FLD pulling some farm equipment.


Next, a sharp Cascadia hotshot for Landstar.


Next, a nice Volvo.


Next, a T800W with a drop deck for Mangum's.


Next, a sharp T680 for Hilco.


Next, a very nice 579 for TMC.


Next, a sharp W900L.


Next, a nice 9900 for Arpin.


Next, a sharp Classic for Landstar.


Next, a T680 for A&S Kinard.


Lastly, a clean Cascadia for Old Dominion.


Thanks for all the kind comments guys! ;D
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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #39 on: June 09, 2017, 06:24:53 PM »
I'm liking your pics. :) Are most of the truck stop photos along I-40 in your area? ???

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #40 on: June 09, 2017, 08:39:02 PM »
Thanks!
Yep, TA, Pilot, Petro, Flying J, etc.
All located within about 35 minutes away from home.
Interestingly, a brand new Love's is going up on the same exit as the Pilot (152).
I went by there, but didn't get any construction pics, but it looks like it'll be a very nice place.
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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #41 on: June 10, 2017, 10:40:49 PM »

Definitely looks a bit familiar, and seeing as it's I-40 (I assume in the southeast), it's a route I would take every summer on my trip to South Carolina. Sadly we are not going this year, so I am glad to see some photos from that area!

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #42 on: June 11, 2017, 01:51:41 AM »
Very Awesome Shots  :o 8) My Favorite has to be that Tipton WS   ;) I also Like those Lonestars, that Landstar Classic and that Western Star with The Interesting Paint Scheme.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #43 on: June 11, 2017, 05:46:42 AM »
I'd swear that White wrecker is a former Koehlers Towing truck from Minneapolis (#51 I believe) circa 1976 .
They had one just like it , same color and everything .
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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
« Reply #44 on: June 11, 2017, 07:45:42 AM »
Highly interesting serie of pics.

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Re: Wreckerman's Catches (Updated 6/9/2017)
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