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    Cabover Freightliner Expedite Straight Truck

    I'll tell you what I have been looking for a picture of a cabover OTR expedite truck for a year and I think I found the only one on the web


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    Europe has them, but they usually pull a trailer, too. Those trucks normally have a single drive axle with air up and down tag axle.

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    You see them around Toledo all the time pulling trailers euro style. All the ones I've seen from there are curtainsides though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithT1967 View Post
    You see them around Toledo all the time pulling trailers euro style. All the ones I've seen from there are curtainsides though.
    i think those would be cool to drive. i used to see them driving on I-85 and I-285 a lot. specifically this company except i saw more argosy's and the box attatched to the truck was bigger

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    I rarely see agorsy car carriers. I do see a lot of Waggoneers trucking. Very interesting company. Hard to distinguish o/o from company.

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