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Old School's Comment
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I came across this twin steer axle wrecker today in Live Oak, Florida. It was in transit to it's new home. This photo was taken at the Busy Bee travel center near Live Oak, Florida. (I-10 exit 283)

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If you're ever in this area and hankering for some exotic meat, stop in the store and check out their unusual varieties of "Jerky."

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Maybe you'd prefer something from the sea...

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Or perhaps you're more desirous of something more serpentine...

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PackRat's Comment
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That's one cool looking wrecker! I've never seen one with twin steering. Wonder what that's like to drive?smile.gif

Old School's Comment
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I spotted this "Mobile Home" this morning at the Pilot in Marianna, Florida.

This guy is hauling a lot more than just freight when he's rolling down the road!

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Old School's Comment
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I'm on the way to San Diego, CA today with some aluminum beams for a construction site. I've been driving nights so I slept during the day at a truck stop in Tucson, AZ. I saw this pretty cool CRST Malone Division flat bed truck taking his 10 hour break along with me.

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Robert D. (Raptor)'s Comment
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Old School- Are you sure these people who drive the super sleepers actually drive for a living and not just live in the super sleeper all year long??

Hey all these are some amazing trucks. Some would be very hard to maintain while on the road. That would be a lot of polish!!!!

LDRSHIP's Comment
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Old School- Are you sure these people who drive the super sleepers actually drive for a living and not just live in the super sleeper all year long??

Hey all these are some amazing trucks. Some would be very hard to maintain while on the road. That would be a lot of polish!!!!

That is kinda the point of a custom sleeper. No need for a home, when you have your home with you.

Navypoppop's Comment
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As long as we are talking old trucks I bet G Town would like the GMC Cabover from "Cannonball" TV series from the early days of tv. Starred Paul Birch and was filmed in Canada.

Brian's Comment
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These are nestled in the back of an no industrial lot owned by a moving company. I've seen the International used once. Never the white or have ever heard of that model. The white is also a single axle.

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Jason R. (Ruck)'s Comment
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Movin On

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I couldn't find pic , but I know some of you old guys remember the BJ and The Bear truck.

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Yes, yes I do. Here's a picture of Bear's Kenworth COE, with bonus Kenworth. What show is the W-925 from, Chris K?

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