Did Old D’s ever run the old White 4000’s

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  1. SmallPackage

    SmallPackage Road Train Member

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    24E0325B-4E71-424B-8706-2748DAD23DFF.jpeg I know Mr. Congdon started with the WC-22’s but did he use any 4000’s in 60’s and 70’s?
     
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    :biggrin_2559: Good heavens, man, "Overdose" never had trucks like that. I remember them running those green White "Road Commode" cabovers. I don't know what this could be? Some O/O doing p/t work moving trailers.
     
  4. SmallPackage

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    Ahh! Road Commodes. Did not think of those. Makes sense.
    Story on pic. Taken in summer 2018.
    We had an account with OD for about 8 years where they would drop and hook 2 pups a week for us after hrs. and had their own doors. Well one night the one seen hooked should of been on the door to the left of the one on its left. One of our drivers came in around 5:30 a.m. and found it on “his” dock so he texted me that it was gonna have to be moved. They run straight jobs so no turntables to do it themselves. That White is the only tractor we have that well slide back far enough to pin those pups. So i drove it in and thought a pic would be cool.
    Showed it too the account rep a he thought it was cool and he wanted a copy to hang in the San Antonio/Kirby dispatch office. Lol. Dont know if he did.
    Had to do the same thing with a UPS Freight pup a couple times and showed the rep pic and he made it sound like busterbrown was gonna send some hitmen down and load me up in the trunk of a ‘72 lincoln and make me dissapear like Hoffa. Lol !
     
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  5. MACK E-6

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    The oldest trucks I remember Old Dominion using were FLD-116s.
     
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