Fernandina Beach, Fla., resident Roger Oliver says he is “very proud to keep my truck factory original,” referring to this 2002 W900L Kenworth.
Rod Hannifey of Dubbo, Central New South Wales, Australia, is a company driver for Truckright, hauling chemicals and general and steel mesh, usually from Melbourne to Brisbane.
Owner-operator husband-and-wife team Daniel and Sarah Sauseda of Dallas haul ammunition and explosives nationwide with their 2003 Volvo VNL770.
Owner-operator William Hall bought this 1986 Peterbilt 359 in 1987 and has run it ever since. He’s stretched the frame, added wood flooring in the cab and completely redone the interior.
In his year-old ‘14 Kenworth T660, owner-operator Christopher Harrison hauls dry freight from Reno, Nev., to San Francisco and down to Los Angeles, he says.
Ken Zeran, an owner-operator leased to STI, thought he wanted a new truck, but soon found that newer isn’t always better.
Retired Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Danny Jones took up trucking full time in March after retiring from the military, and he makes nationwide runs in his 1996 International 9600 hauling cars.
Ben Ickert of Amboy, Wash., hauls logs throughout the state with his nearly 30-year-old Mack Superliner. Ickert, of Amboy bought the truck three years ago and says he’s had to put $50,000 into restoration work ...
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