Lil' Blue Freightliner Cab-Over Racing At Irwindale
This little blue Freightliner cab-over was pretty neat to watch, as the
driver seemed to be having fun showing-off for the crowd. My video isn't
super clear and my memory even less so, but I believe the name on the door
said D.J. Arles & Sons Trucking. Shot at the Truckin' For Kids Truck Show
At Irwindale, California on October 7th, 2012.
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8V92 Powered 1984 Freightliner Cab-Over At TFK Irwindale
Kevin of G. Young Trucking & Son is driving around the truck show in his
beautiful '84 Freightliner cab-over. The 8V92 Detroit Diesel under the
hood...ah, I mean cab, gave this truck even more character. This was one
of my favorite trucks at the show. Shot at the Truckin' For Kids Truck
Show at Irwindale, California on October 7th, 2012.
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2005 Freightliner Argosy Day Cab Walk-Around
This '05 Freightliner Argosy day cab is owned by Gardner Trucking of Chino,
California. It was pulling a trailer used to haul Rexam aluminum cans.
Though I am a fan of this rare daycab Argosy, the trailer had me just as
interested. If anyone knows what the length of this trailer is, please let
me know. To me it looks longer than the standard 53 foot units that are so
common. The fact that it's kingpin seems to be set back farther than most
trailers and that it's hooked up to a day cab cab-over truck also makes me
think that it exceeds 53 feet. I searched all of the tags and decals on
the trailer and nothing I saw said anything about lenght or cubic capacity
or weights or even manufacturer if I remember correctly. Shot at the
Truckin' For Kids Truck Show at Irwindale, California on October 6th, 2012.
1981 Maxon Front Loader - Bay West Rubbish
Bill and I met up with Manuel, the owner of Bay West Rubbish, who was
awesome enough to let Bill and I drive and crawl all over his 1981 Maxon
Top Pack. Excuse the sound in the beginning, I handed my camera over to
Bill and he put his finger over the microphone. (Its a new camcorder for me
and I'm still figuring it out and didn't realize half the time I was
filming stuff this weekend that my finger was over the mic! ) We tried to
document every single angle and aspect of this truck that we could because
it's no longer used on route. She has a Detroit 6-71 motor which sounds
beautiful and angry! Enjoy!