Greatest tractor picture ever

Discussion in 'Swift' started by Cat sdp, Oct 30, 2017.

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    3523 Light Load Member

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    He is probably too far out but the truck next to him is a reefer. By parking that way it's much quieter. How could you not know that?
     
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  2. Cat sdp

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    Can’t tell if the tractor # is blue or black....

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  3. not4hire

    not4hire Road Train Member

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    There's a good chance the driver is both.
     
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    Not sure why the number colors matter. The black numbered trucks were the ones acquired by the Central Refridgerated buy out, the blue numbered trucks are actual Swift trucks. The truck in the picture, as indicated by the large gray S instead of the standard gold S, is a 50th Anniversary edition so it is clearly a Swift truck with blue numbers. Mystery solved. You are welcome.
     
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    A21CAV Road Train Member

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    This is the GREATEST TRACTOR PICTURE EVER. The clear title to my truck that finally arrived in the mail a few weeks ago.

    Frank
     
  7. scottied67

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    They like to park that way so they don't have to hear the reefer running.....
     
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  9. AZ Pete

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    I remember back in the day when I started driving, J.B. Hunt was the company everyone used to like to rag on. But I noticed something. J.B. was nowhere near as bad as SWIFT.
    I started spreading the word.
    My work here is done......................
     
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