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Bird-One's Comment
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PackRat's Comment
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I spotted these two Petes, Large Cars, this morning in Georgia. This was on I-85 Southbound, at a Welcome Center, just across the state line from South Carolina.

The one on the far side has a graphic on the sleeper that reads, "Semi Retired". Rare to see two of these parked together from the same carrier.

G-Town's Comment
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I spotted these two Petes, Large Cars, this morning in Georgia. This was on I-85 Southbound, at a Welcome Center, just across the state line from South Carolina.

The one on the far side has a graphic on the sleeper that reads, "Semi Retired". Rare to see two of these parked together from the same carrier.

Way cool! Thanks for posting!

G-Town's Comment
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I saw this pull into the I-476 Lehigh Valley Interchange service plaza last night. Was hoping to snap a photo...very retro.

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I like to model HO scale trucks...this rig is now on the bucket list.

Delco Dave's Comment
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I really like the square nose trucks!!! They have always been the image that pops in my head when tractor trailer is mentioned

Is Peter-built and Mack the only companies that still make them???

Old School's Comment
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I thought this was a nice looking Cab-over. It was parked at the T/A travel center near Southington, Connecticut.

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Noob_Driver's Comment
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Our spotter at Miller brewery in Milwaukee saw this on the docks there

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Another spotter of ours at Owen's Illinois in Lexington NC took this pic as well.

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PackRat's Comment
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That cabover in the bottom picture needs at least one more sleeper!

Noob_Driver's Comment
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That cabover in the bottom picture needs at least one more sleeper!

I agree! and that's a tight dock too, no way he might sided it.

Tim M.'s Comment
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KW . 1977 Aerodyne. Funny thing about this truck,I was a double bunk long before these other companies built them. International,Pete,Freightliner and their "condo"trucksThey're all Johnny come latelys . Kenworth already had this going long time ago.

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