Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by Jeff, Dec 16, 2014.
Like wouldn't be good enough, that is hilarious!!!!! Poor Gomer in the background looks like he's about to go in shock!!! LOL
Trying to post a pic hope that t works.
On my first day as a city driver for Roadway ABQ, they sent me out in a unit like this. All I knew about Albuquerque was the Sandia Mountains were to the east.
We used to call them "rubber ducks", because of the rubber block rear suspension, these were followed by the short nose version dubbed "shake n' bakes", with the outmost reverence of course.
Roadway ABQ would use old Western Gillette pup trailers in the city when I started in 1981. The landing gear on those pup trailers could be cranked back and forth so we could hook them to this type of tractor. Sometimes it worked and when it didn't, Roadway management didn't seem to care when we would grind up the tires on the rear axle of the tractor.
Why, didn't you have any city tractors?
my sons 46 Chevy.... he's only 26 yrs old and the envy of his Dad
WOW! Sweeeeet bigbird.
Looks like the bear was holding the little guy back so he good get to the treat, bully!!!!!!lol
Nice Truck!! One to be proud of!!
In addition to protecting me from liability and insurance scam accidents, here is another reason I have a video camera in my truck. This is revenue from people watching my videos on YouTube over the last few months...
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