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Lol, that” little bit” of chrome looks bad when dirty.
Jealous! The one thing I missed out on...truckin' down in a 'large car'...must be a hell of a ride! (Always stuck in a cabover.) Freightliner at that. Still, was good times. Top notch looking ride!
I will never complain about car wash prices again!
When I was 18 I was working for a trucking outfit we had a wash bay in the back where we would do truck and trailer washes and trailer washouts. That place was a gold mine.
Here is what $50.00 and 7 minutes looks like.
So I invested $400.00 in a power washer and a soap spray gun and I will do it myself from now on.
Its gonna get real salty real soon! Let the snow and salt season begin. I guess it has already happened to you driving the Midwest this month.
Unfortunately, I have been dealing with salt since the first week that I had the truck. My first trip was to North Dakota in the beginning of November. 12 below zero when I arrived!!
Thats a beautiful rig. My first ride was a 1969 White 4000. 250 Cummins naturally aspirated. No p/s, no a/c, not evan a radio. Velvet ride which was anything but and a springy seat cushion bolted right to the floor. Hauled steel otr with that pos. Good old days right? Not!!
Didn't know those "massage parlors" were so cheap
Yep, they get us good. They don't even give us a little lube before they ram it in.
I learned to drive in a 1973 Mack DM-800. No PS, no AC, no radio and an 20 speed, twin stick "quad box". Easy to say that I have come a long way with my W900 Studio Sleeper and power EVERYTHING!!
Ironic, but I’m listing a bunch of old truck model kits on eBay right now. Here’s the early 70’s dm 800. Trucks have come a long LONG way over the years.
Way back, we had a rash of DD 6V92 engines go out all at once; had to get a bunch of rental cabovers. None of the drivers liked them because they all had p/s.