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The 1972 Peterbilt is in Hollywood California and used to belong to a movie studio. It was for sale.
1994 Kenworth belongs to Ron Harper from Mississippi. Met Ron in a truckstop, he hauls produce from Miss. to California.
All the S/S work on tractor and trailer was done personally by Ron. Took these picture January 2008 near Las Cruces, New Mexico.
I saw this Reliable Carriers Inc. truck with Michigan plates in a rest area near Yuma Arizona.
Nice clean truck with a big sleeper.
Freightliner Classic taken in Arizona
Graebel Van Lines Kenworth Parked in San Marcos, California at a shopping mall March 1, 2008 McCollisters Pete in Escondido California off Nordahl Blvd. picture taken march 1, 2008
Caught this great looking Kenworth in rest are on southbound I-5 just North of Oceanside California on March 15th, 2008
Peterbilt straight truck parked on Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, California March 2008 I'm a registered nurse now (20 years) but drove trucks coast to coast from 1975 to 1981. I'm a travelling nurse now. We bought a 43 foot Monaco Signature motor home and it has a 525hp ISX Cummins in it so I get my big rig fix driving this around the country.
Pete with a big boat parked at Lake Lewisville Marina, Texas May 2008
Beautiful Western truck parked at truckstop in New Mexico near Santa Rosa on I-40 Steelcase parked in rest area on I-15 near Las Vegas
Reliable Carriers Inc trailer parked at storage company in Lewisville, Texas May, 2008 Reliable Carriers parked in Lewisville, Texas with Michigan tags
Nice Kenworth leased to Baggett Transportation California March 2008 Reliable Carriers passes our motor home on I-5 southbound near Oceanside California March 2008. Same Reliable Carriers Volvo that passed us parked in rest area on I-5 March 2008
Victory Motorcycles Peterbilt Pete with big sleeper leased to Planes United at Bakersfield truckstop
Kenworth with reefer parked at Bakersfield California truckstop

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