Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by Jeff, Dec 16, 2014.
If it taste 1/2 as good as it looks you rocked it!!! Yummy, I love pork tenderloin!!!!
My wife actually ate it with no ranch dressing. She puts ranch on everything, so it had to be good.
this is what i will have for dinner tonight.
it's cold, snowy, and i got a sinus infection
i'll have this instead.
Numbers correct cars are difficult to build. I tend to like resto mods or not too extreme rat rods that can be driven. I don't plan to trailer another car. If it is too rare or too good to be driven I probably can't afford to own it.
Not to mention the stress from having to watch over it like a Mother Hen every time you take it out somewhere. Add to that the fact that if it is ever damaged in an accident the insurance company looks at it as a piece of junk from whatever era it is from.
Doesn't matter how nice you have made it either. It could be as nice as the day it rolled off the assembly line.
To an insurance company it isn't worth the price you would get from it for scrap.
Ran a super single on Friday. It was the first time in a long time I was in a 10 speed and not an Allison 6 speed push button auto.
What's that stick that says "Eaton Fuller" on it? It's in the way of where I put my cooler!
Most of the time I don't have a stick either ha-ha! I have a little control panel on the dash that says R N D and I hit the N when I want to park the R when I want to go back wards and the D when I want to go forwards. It has a little screen on it that tells me what gear it is in and I just let it do it's thing ha-ha!Actually I don't mind the little control panel to me it does a fine job. Most of the guys at my yard like it too.
You can see the D button in the upper left hand corner. This was the truck I used to be in all the time.
Actually I had it today. When it was my truck it was spotless I had it since new. When it was sent away to other places around the system it came back tobacco spit and everything. Made me very sad.
It's nice having an assigned tractor. I always kept the inside of my Roadway pumpkin clean. Sad fact is, some people are pigs.
Look at all those great old cars going to scrap!! Wouldn't you love to have all those beauty's stashed some where!! Talking about the second pic of course!! Lol
Man that's a nasty looking thing inside!!!!
2005 Intl 9400, million300thousand on it, it is my assigned tractor and I get the same city man everyday, unless he's off!
Rode this one as a kid:
Rode this one as a kid and a little older kid:
And of course the Grand Master in Art Deco....
Man did we have fun on this one...
All generations could go to one place at one time. Three levels, three different night clubs and an evening of cruising on the mighty Mississippi.