If The Freightliner's Arockin'... You Should Come Aknockin'!
This cab over Freightliner Powerliner was being unloaded at the Truckin'
For Kids Truck Show on Sunday Oct. 24th, 2010. If anyone can tell me the
year of this truck, I would appreciate it. The young guy driving wasn't
sure. He thought it was a '76 or and another guy was sure it was a '73.
Li'l Red Powerliner
Here are a few scenes of a Freightliner Powerliner at the 2011 Truckin' For
Kids show on 9-25-11.
1955 Kenworth 523 Bullnose
Here's a video I made for my buddy Mr David since he is selling the truck.
This is the final run in the backwoods of Louisiana before the truck gets
picked up. He still has a knack for the two sticks even after his recent
brain surgery a little over 5 months ago.
1970 COE freightliner 8v-71
Leaving out of Eatonville Wa. to head to the 2013 Yakima ATHS national
convention. This is a 1970 3 axel with a 8v-71 (318), 13 speed fuller.
Seems a bit slow but I am hualing a heavey trailer, jeep, and another very
heavy GMC 3 axel, weighing in at about 55000lbs.
http://HowToMakeADiorama.com - How to make a diorama - diorama ideas -
diorama supplies - diorama tips, tricks and techniques including video and
pdf format for your diecast, model or scale replica collection to enhance
it. Also accessories including signs, road signs, boxes and fan belt
sleeves. Help with scale sizes including scale rulers, scale charts and
understanding scale sizing to help in your builds.
Custom COE's make great car haulers, show trucks and cool diecast and scale
models/replicas to enhance any diorama. This video has many different
makes, models and styles to give you ideas how to customize your diecast
and scale model/replicas to enhance any diorama scene.
The video has 2 diecast 1947 Ford COE's that I did a mild customize to.
There are also a couple of COE's that belonged to my brother in the video.
We love these things so enjoy the video and I hope you come away with ideas
to customize your own COE.
American Trucker: Robb Goes Vintage
Trucking enthusiast Robb Mariani visits a vintage truck show and learns the
history of the Freightliner.
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Loading The Ole Freightliner - The Hard Way
*Watch In HD* I don't know if this truck had locking diff's or if they
were just not able to engage them, but having the rear axles locked-up
probably would've saved a lot of headaches this day. I don't know if this
truck rolled to the show on this trailer or not, but it looks to me, had
everything gone smoothly, that it would've scraped the tanks on the
transition from the ramp to the deck anyway. Luckily the bad decision to
charge the ramp when there are literally just inches of room for error
didn't prove fatal to the driver or that cool old 1971 White/Freightliner
cab-over. One smart decision was made there though, notice how the nice
polished reefer was moved forward out of the danger zone before all the
real drama started. Shot at Truckin' For Kids in Irwindale, California on
Sunday October 6th, 2013.
Big Cat Peterbilt 379 GoPro open exhaust, turbo spinning, Pittsburgh Power, blowing and jake braking
Hang tight for more vids on this 379. It's getting a 48" flat top and some
custom work done now. It will also be 800 HP on the big Cat motor when
finished. Go Pro Hero footage of Peterbilt 379 EXHD with the big
Caterpillar 3406E motor running a Pittsburgh Power Box through straight
pipes. More 379 videos and more horsepower coming. Note, I
am empty and just putting the motor under full load from speeds under the
speed limit. I take driving a truck as serious as cancer and take my time
when loaded. Other drivers please don't cut us off, you have no idea how
dangerous of a situation you just caused, thanks.
Argosy Freightliner with 6" Straight Pipes | Broekhuizen
Blending style with imagination, the latest Freightliner Argosy custom
built by Derick Broekhuizen is one spectacular truck and trailer unit.
Having started out with the Iron Duke, the Iron Warrior is Bigger, Better
and Bolder... all the "B"s that Derick just loves! Being known for his
meticulous attention to detail, with more sharp detail and shiny stainless
steel - this Argosy is a striking Rig in its own right.
This Big Broekhuizen Freightliner is powered by a 500hp Detroit engine
blowing smoke "loud and proud" through 3m 6" straight stack pipes.
Henred Fruehauf built the 6 x 12 Tauntliner with all the stainless steel
items custom made in the Broekhuizen factory.
See more photo's of the Iron Warrior on our website:
1940 Willys Cabover Slideshow 1
Getting started. Taking a 1992 Dodge 1 ton extended cab pickup. Lengthing
and widening front fenders. Building a new 3 inch wider nose piece. Cutting
body in half front to rear and widening it 4 inches. Lifting it on to dodge
truck frame and getting it set where it will stay.