The Different Types of Trucks (Lots of Pictures)

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  1. Jay5GS

    Jay5GS Light Load Member

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    our new trucks will be a new freightliner 10ton AUTOmatic, very basic nothing special
     
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  3. Jay5GS

    Jay5GS Light Load Member

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    here's the new 10 tons they will be automatics / 40 footer
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  4. Shep Shiloh

    Shep Shiloh Medium Load Member

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    Nice looking truck.

    Our oldest Hinos(2014s) are going away and being replaced by IHs.
     
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  5. Ronniev1262

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    Haven't seen any of these in years!
     
  6. Mike2633

    Mike2633 Road Train Member

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    Yeah not many of those left. They went under around 2003 I think.
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  7. Digman943

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    @Mike2633 You ever heard of an old LTL called Briggs? Not sure how big they used to be. My grandfather retired from them along time ago. The terminal was in Countryside Illinois. I found some of his old years of service pins the other day. Was a dock worker before forklifts. Tells you how long ago that was. He was still buff up until he passed away at 86 years old from all the old school dock work. I know my uncle still has a model truck from the company. Next time I’m at his house I’ll take a picture of it.
     
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  8. Chinatown

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    Anyone have any pictures of the old company 'SEX' that I think was out of Alabama?
    Huge word 'SEX' on the trailers, that was short for "Southeastern Express."
     
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  10. Chinatown

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    Good.
    How about Purple Cow Trucking out of Florida. Think they closed due to bankruptcy. One of their drivers wore womens clothes.
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