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The Badass Truck Thread

Gedunker

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On my way back from Evansville, Ind., yesterday I was surprised to see a c.1957 Kenworth W900 conventional cab pulling a reefer trailer on I-64 eastbound. She had a wide polished steel exterior sunvisor that seemed to leave about 6" of windshield to view out of. Badass.

Not Duel, badass, but still.... meaner looking than this sweetie>

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On my way back from Evansville, Ind., yesterday I was surprised to see a c.1957 Kenworth W900 conventional cab pulling a reefer trailer on I-64 eastbound. She had a wide polished steel exterior sunvisor that seemed to leave about 6" of windshield to view out of. Badass.

Not Duel, badass, but still.... meaner looking than this sweetie>

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Which reminds me...cab over is pretty much dead now. I mean when was the last time you saw one on the road?

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and this, by the way, is a 1955 Brockway in case anyone was wondering....
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Gedunker

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Which reminds me...cab over is pretty much dead now. I mean when was the last time you saw one on the road?
American cowboys ... you never knew anything about cabovers
Of course, we see them everyday in Europe
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Going more towards the "personal" truck rather than a big work truck, this is what I dream for:

 
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