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Wreckerman

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Piedmont Carolina ATHS 2019
« on: October 28, 2019, 12:22:39 PM »
Alright, from this past Saturday, October 26th, wasn't sure I would be able to go, luckily things worked out and I did!

Weather was absolutely beautiful, really enjoyed it. :)

This will be the first batch of three of shots from the show.

Without further ado, here's the shots!
First up, a stunning Kenworth K100 with an always awesome Aerodyne sleeper.


A super sharp Mack LJ.


A Peterbilt 359.


A Mack F.


A nice GMC Crackerbox hauling a Corbitt.


A Brown and another Corbitt.


A neat little 1950 Studebaker.


A very sharp Freightliner FLA.
For some reason, I think cabovers look particularly cool with tankers.


A sharp Ford LTL9000.


And ending batch 1, a cool American Lafrance fire truck.
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Piedmont Carolina ATHS 2019
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Re: Piedmont Carolina ATHS 2019
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2019, 01:25:20 PM »
Can not wait to see the rest of the show. With any luck more F700 Macks.    Bob.

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Re: Piedmont Carolina ATHS 2019
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2019, 01:58:49 PM »
Alright, on with batch 2! :)

First up, a nice White 4000.


A very cool stretched Kenworth W900A.


A super nice 1971 Peterbilt 359.


A nice Dodge Bighorn.


A very sharp Ford LTL9000.


A nice Mack LJ.


A very nice Peterbilt 567.


An unknown make fire truck.


A sharp Mack Pinnacle.


And ending batch 2, a Kenworth W990 and 2 really gorgeous Kenworth W900Ls. 8)
These were from the local KW dealer, which I had visited about 2 weeks before the show and actually shot all of these, and several other rigs. That was the first time I had seen a W990 face to face, looks good, though a flashy paint scheme would have been even better. :)
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Re: Piedmont Carolina ATHS 2019
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2019, 01:13:00 PM »
"Cue The Doors, This Is The End".

My last batch from the show.

First, a bonus side by side shot of the W990 and a W900L.


A Peterbilt 384.


A cool Corbitt fire truck.


A sharp Kenworth W900A.


A beautiful Kenworth W900A.


A very cool Mack B.


A nice White-Freightliner.
Don't see too many of these around, working or at shows.


And what we hauled to the show.
First time either one had been to a show.
First, the "Mudbuster", a Dodge M.


And a 1949 Chevrolet 3800.


And lastly, two shots of my Ultraliner. ;D


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Re: Piedmont Carolina ATHS 2019
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