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  1. WotCanEyeSay WotSezU? cya
    11 points
  2. The three S’s: superliner, spokes and smoke.
    9 points
  3. Researchers recently visited Amish country to figure out why there had been no COVID 19 cases there. After an exhaustive study, they determined that the virus is, in fact, transmitted by television.
    9 points
  4. Here is a real classy R that has been working on some of our jobs. I don't know any of the specs, but it is cool to see this trucks out there getting it done !!
    8 points
  5. Back home. The auction was a year in the making. I had posts on here when I was organizing the photos and paper items. I listed the auction info on the 2 weeks before it was to go off and first the post was "in the wrong category" It was in odds and ends, it was moved to Other Trucks and THAT was the wrong because it was a "jumble parts, trucks, cars and equipment" so the powers deleted it. The issue with me selling the trucks, containers of parts and paper items was I had 103 trucks I was "going to get to later" Never gonna happen. I sold my 55 Chevy because some gentleman asked me if
    8 points
  6. I finally got around to putting the heat shields on the old dog
    8 points
  7. Just catching some rays on this sunny Sunday afternoon
    8 points
  8. Just wanted to share one of the coolest projects we’ve done at Coastal Truck and Autobody in Portsmouth, NH. Been being built off and on for about 3 years. One of only 3 Crew Cab Superliners I have seen and by far the cleanest. 1956 Chevy bed with custom made tail lights. Entire rig has been redone.
    7 points
  9. 6 points
  10. BUT, If you are die hard Brockway fan you mount the dog like this:
    6 points
  11. More Macks in the museum- I saw this one in the mirror when I was getting the pipes unloaded- Pipes at the Iowa 80 Truck Stop. A girl in a car.
    6 points
  12. By the way- dawned on me that I did not post pix of these monsters- They were there in July. WS chassis and the booms are 120' Can't figure out the logic of a a folding 120' stick vs a telescopic???? Can you imagine the price tag on these ?
    6 points
  13. Just hit 10,000 original miles she’s an awesome beast.
    6 points
  14. It’s a 1926 Runabout (Roadster)
    6 points
  15. My pics from the ATHS National show a few years back. The gold chassis was 1 of 2 grain trucks from Missouri. Everyone on the East Coast knows the red sleeper. I had the pleasure to view it in his museum when it was still in operation. That hood sure looks intimidating!
    6 points
  16. So my wife's belly was getting a little bigger as we were anticipating the addition of another limb to the family tree. It was getting close, and I was getting nervous being at work and all...30 minutes past the hospital which is already 30 minutes from the house...and that's IF I'm at the shop. If I was out making my rounds, I could be just about anywhere in about an 80 mile radius. Saturday, my boy helped me mow. Although he TRIED napping on the tractor, I did my best to keep him awake. He was still wound up like the energizer bunny until well after midnight. I'm FINALLY able to crawl i
    6 points
  17. Ordered a couple of stickers to make up the R-model cab after paint. Supplied the guys with photos of the original ones plus basic measurements. After a few days they sent me pictures of the ready stuff and I said Ok and went to pick up. Once in their shop and I saw the prints in person I couldn't resist and almost laughed my butt off !
    6 points
  18. Looks like you need a BIGGER truck
    6 points
  19. Every so often I drive through a nearby Altech installation facility. In prior years it was usually full of class 4-7 -typical utility bucket trucks. The class 4-5's were usually F-450-550-like 98%. Big trucks , Internationals and F'liners but lately more and more Paccars and Western Stars- and mostly tandems. Within the past few months looks like most of their installs on the big trucks are monster Effer folding booms. Today for first time I saw an F-750- used to be plenty in the Blue /diamond days but this was first Avon Lake truck I've seen there. But check out this Granite! And
    5 points
  20. According to the "official" Tail of the Dragon website, this display appeared in about 2000 and lasted for about 2 years before somebody started removing pieces from it. I love the poem that was written for it: Here he lies with pistons and crank Buried up to his ass In the face of this bank He challenged the Dragon To have some fun As you can see, the Dragon won!! Photo & Poem by Carl Cooper
    5 points
  21. I go be the old story I was told, so it is a really old story now. A dog is your best friend and being a best friend you never point your ass towards your friend only someone passing by. I'd rather have a dog lick me that have his ass in my face as with the mirrors! Same with the mudflaps. I have always pointed the faces in and was told that was correct by many people. That is why they made right and left facing bulldogs, Respect the drivers! I was told by one guy that they should be facing outward to bark at the passers by buy not correct, I like the other way just asses out an
    5 points
  22. This LTL has a 245" wheelbase. It lived it's life on the West Coast.
    5 points
  23. Hopefully going to be getting more pics of the Superliner. But for now, more of the V8 CL. Gold dog. They don't make them like this any more.
    5 points
  24. When you're a bit heavy & don't want anyone to know..........
    5 points
  25. Here is one from the ATHS National Show in KY a few years back. If I recall correctly it had an insanely low amount of miles, possible under 100, it was purchased by a readymix company and garaged. Never used.
    5 points
  26. Engine 2, Ellicottville, NY 1990 AutoCar/F.M.C. 1000/750 4x4
    5 points
  27. Got them all finished and secured to the wall even started pegboards my god everything I do takes longer than I thought one more step towards completing still gotta do the bottom shelves ..... bob
    5 points
  28. #Onthisday in 1942 the battle of Milne Bay began in New Guinea. On the night of 25 August 1942, Japanese troops landed by sea at Milne Bay. Two Australian brigades (about 4,500 men), some American engineers, and two RAAF squadrons were awaiting them. A savage battle raged along the shore, but after several days and extreme exhaustion, Japanese troops began evacuating by sea on 4 September. Of the 2,800 Japanese landed, only 1,318 re-embarked. Allied deaths included 167 Australians and 14 Americans. Milne Bay is remembered as the first defeat of the Japanese on land during the Pa
    5 points
  29. Bin wait n despratly 2 C wot develops from Other dog camera if U kno wot eye mean ..... ( o )( o ) LOL cya
    5 points
  30. Seeing as how I typically ignore signs posted about what I most likely am carrying concealed somewhere on my person, I tend to try not to do anything to draw unwanted attention to myself or encourage any interaction with unhinged snowflakes that might cause me to have to use what I'm not "supposed" to have on me...so if I'm somewhere masks are required, I'll put one on. If they aren't required, I don't. I have some good ones, too..."Let's pretend this mask is useful"..."safety theatrics"..."false sense of security"..."mandatory mask"..."covid-1984"... Got a good laugh at the hosp
    5 points
  31. Put some lights and mudflaps on the cruiseliner.
    5 points
  32. Just brought this 1988 Freightliner home. 425 cat 15 speed 4:11 rears on neway air ride. Not sure on my plans it's been sitting better part of 10 years so it needs some attention. Runs great though. I'm thinking it'll be a Dad/Daughter project with no real timeline.
    5 points
  33. 4 points
  34. me neither, or I would have been there! Even if I didn't buy anything I might have gotten to see the legendary 41chevy.
    4 points
  35. My pic from Macungie 2011. 1969 N-Series.
    4 points
  36. Tanker 2, Villas, NJ 1986 Ford LTL-9000/Young 1250/2000
    4 points
  37. Anybody got memories of the old Dodge road tractors? The "LCF" (Low Cab Forward) series was pretty common around home. But, I only remember 1 Bighorn model. I read that only about 261 Bighorns were made over 3 years. Here is a pic off the internet of one of those. Nice nose, huh? Pretty sure is was that Bighorn that a local guy died in, and the truck was rebuilt with a Peterbilt cab on it.
    4 points
  38. Like it! See the Mack A/C is working well. Vents open and windows down.
    4 points
  39. Tanker 4, Matthews, NC 1992 International Paystar/4-Guys 1250/1500 4x4
    4 points
  40. Rescue 1, Valdosta Airport, Valdosta, GA 1976 International Paystar 5000/Fire-X 500/500/100F/100DC 4x4
    4 points
  41. wtf?..add tags?..I saw a truck. I saw more trucks, and lots of half nekkid girls in lots of cars, but the pictures are still on my camera. I took this with my phone, except the close-up. Zina from Florida took that with her camera.I still don't have access to my computer to download the camera pictures. I have over 200 pics. waiting to download. I can't resize pictures with my phone either and most are too big. How about those black eyed peas I planted-
    4 points
  42. This one recently followed me home
    4 points
  43. Installed turbo today runs awesome went from 30 psi boost to 40 psi and dropped 200 degrees on EGTs 😎
    4 points
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