The one that came through Little Rock, ( the Ryder tractor), was painted white. As I remember it had 8V Detroit power. The engine & transmission were mounted on a cradle that could be easily slid out & put back in a short time. Low maintenance costs was a selling point to fleet managers. As I remember the manufacturer claimed it would scale heavy loads because of it's weight & axle location. Also I remember the rig wouldn't scale like the manufacturer claimed. I don't remember how long the company used it but I didn't see it many times. Our maintenance director at the time didn't think the Strick cab under was feasible. He was a forward thinker but he knew the Strick rig wouldn't work.