Best And Worst Looking Tractor Fleets?

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Noob_Driver's Comment
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Just a quick fun topic. I was pondering this today while i drove down I39 through Illinois today. What company has my favorite looking tractors and which dont I like. My two favorites have got to be TMC and for some reason I love that blue of H.O. Wolding.

Orange Schneiders are basically being phased away so I won't say theyre my least favorite because i love the new ones I see. The only one that kept coming to mind was Bison...... Now that i think about it i really hope they dont mess with H.O. wolding colors now that they bought them.

What do you all think?

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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I'm gonna have to nominate the company I work for, Kivi brothers out of Duluth Minnesota. Our Pete 567 Heritage, KW W900's and 990's along with the Volvo 780's (only a dozen of those) are probably some of the nicest and well optioned trucks out there.


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Cwc's Comment
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I'm going with First Class Services. You'll recognize them as the custom painted 379 or 389 Pete's that look like you could eat off of. Never dirty. And whatever trailer they have.. Be it a dry bulk, food grade tanker, or "pipebomb" they are painted to match also and just as clean.

Old School's Comment
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Long Haul Trucking does some interesting things with their graphics. I always enjoy seeing their rigs.

∆_Danielsahn_∆'s Comment
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Long Haul Trucking does some interesting things with their graphics. I always enjoy seeing their rigs.


Cwc's Comment
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And Farmers Oil as a close second to First Class Services. They also have some cool looking Pete's.

Junkyard Dog's Comment
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ShipEx has some really nice colored tractors. They definitely stand out. Their logo on the side I think looks neat.

G-Town's Comment
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Sheetz Tanker Fleet

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Jamie's Comment
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I've seen some nice looking trucks hauling Taylor Farms trailers.

PackRat's Comment
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Reliable Carriers, Horseless Carriage, Central Oregon Truck Company, and I always liked my maroon Millis T680 when I was there.

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