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Yea bringing the truck by default.

Rob, sorry I didn't get to see you the rest of the day. I was tied up in the front til 2:30 before I got a chance to wander around and snap some pix.

I saw the IH way,way, way in the back but you weren't around.

That had to be one of our biggest turnouts in years and I think we did a decent job keeping the (non-commercial plate) diesel pickups out of the show area.

Surprised to see that Hill-Wick was a no-show. His colorful fleet has been a Raceway Park staple for years.

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I don't think they are keeping these trucks for 5 years. I think they run dirty dirt as they have DEP numbers on them and I see them them coming up the Thruway and getting on 287 in Mahwah sometimes.

that would explain them coming in empty on LI early AM and then being back early afternoon empty again. Picking up some dirty loads

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Rob, sorry I didn't get to see you the rest of the day. I was tied up in the front til 2:30 before I got a chance to wander around and snap some pix.

I saw the IH way,way, way in the back but you weren't around.

That had to be one of our biggest turnouts in years and I think we did a decent job keeping the (non-commercial plate) diesel pickups out of the show area.

Surprised to see that Hill-Wick was a no-show. His colorful fleet has been a Raceway Park staple for years.

Yea Chuck the place was packed with iron. I thought there was some more interesting trucks there this year than in the past couple of years.

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that would explain them coming in empty on LI early AM and then being back early afternoon empty again. Picking up some dirty loads

Yea Mackman it looks like it's dirty dirt when I see them coming up into Jersey. It's not quarry product that's for sure.

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I've seen them running out of West Haverstraw Tilcon. They are spotless during the work day too.

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That's the visor from Mack I believe that fits the older trucks and the Granites.

a.k.a the ugly visors

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RD roll off. still has the original Cambria Mack decal on it.

That truck lives in a garage and has had the same driver since new. It is very low mileage and super clean.

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Beautiful truck! Love the colors, Classic red and green.

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Ahhh,....it's a Mack.

Oh, never mind, you probably figured that out!

Good looking rig no doubt.

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Here's another classic Red&Green DM I found on the internet,maybe someone can identify the company?............................Mark

I see them on the road but I don't know them.

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That truck lives in a garage and has had the same driver since new. It is very low mileage and super clean.

I figured as much with looking at the truck.

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Franks one helluva a nice guy! he has quite the collection of "iron" always ready, willing and able to talk trucks too! I got the "nickel tour" a few years back. I have always admired the paintwork on both the moving vans and the Horseless Carriage trailers,one of a kind, both as trucking company and a person!....................Mark

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never seen Franks B42, that looks sweet and pristine. saw his B61 at Springfield. I know it has a R96 Roadranger in it, probably from the factory.

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This is Vics Tree Care out of Palisdaes Park. Their trucks are usually all yellow. I don't know where they found this beast it had 50 or 52 rears in her. Sorry about the haze I think my son put his finger on the lens when it was on. I kind of like the flat black with the gloss black lettering. Got a good look at that Herd "roadtrain" bullbar it was very stout and well made.

Rob

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Stole this pic from Transtar Bodies website as I could never get a pic of her. Kept seeing the truck on RT 10 going to Dover we had a job down there. Very tidy unit.

Rob

. All day everyday...... Nice find Rob
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She's a beauty and sounded good with the straight pipe on her.

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I kinda like the not so good ones. I have a soft spot for B models in distress...

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